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Using Arduino => General Electronics => Topic started by: FrankinAround on Feb 08, 2011, 06:34 pm

Title: can arduino replace a ttl chip?
Post by: FrankinAround on Feb 08, 2011, 06:34 pm
Hi. Im trying to make this digital clock http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gadgets/clocks-watches/digital-clock.htm but radioshack didnt have the gates i needed (like nand,or,and,not,ect).i want to try to replace them with my arduino but Im new to electronic gates and arduino so i would have a really tough time figuring out how. Can anyone help?
Title: Re: can arduino replace a ttl chip?
Post by: CrossRoads on Feb 08, 2011, 09:20 pm
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Yes, you can replace the chips with the arduino and do it all in software. Do some searching in the playground.
Title: Re: can arduino replace a ttl chip?
Post by: floresta on Feb 11, 2011, 02:57 pm
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Hi. Im trying to make this digital clock...

Building that clock (and learning the function of each component) would be an excellent way to teach yourself the basics of digital logic.  I know that from personal experience since my EE was earned at the tail end of the vacuum tube era.  Why don't you just buy the parts via mail order? 

Don