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Overview for Specialty Logic

Select from many types of specialty logic including monostable multivibrators, which are pulse-generating devices that, when triggered, output a pulse width dependent upon the resistor and capacitor values tied to specific pins. Counters have parallel outputs that move according to the input clock signal. Encoders/decoders are used to multiplex or demultiplex a digital signal while providing extra current drive and signal cleanup. Digital comparators take binary word or byte inputs and test if the two binary numbers are equal.

  • > 40 Monostable Multivibrators
  • Single Retriggerable with Schmitt-Trigger Inputs
  • Dual Retriggerable with Reset
  • Dual with Schmitt-Trigger inputs
  • > 240 Counter/Arithmetic/Parity Functions
  • Counters/Dividers with 1-of-10 Decoded Outputs
  • 14-Stage Ripple-Carry Counters/Dividers with Oscillators
  • Divide by 2, Divide by 5
  • > 325 Decoder/Encoders
  • BCD to 7-Segment Decoders/Drivers
  • 4-to-16 Line
  • BCD to 7-Segment Latches/Decoders/Driver
  • 3-to-8 Line Inverting
  • Single 2-to-1 Line
  • > 35 Digital Comparators
  • 4-Bit Magnitude
  • 8-Bit Identity (P = Q) with Enable
  • 8-Bit Magnitude (P = Q, P > Q)