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The IC has four independent stages of full adder circuits in a single package. It is commonly used in applications where arithmetic operations are involved. CD , NTE Although today we have cheap microcontrollers that could perform all arithmetic operations required for our application, in early days the ICs like Adder, Counter, flip-flops etc were used for same.
This way the complexity and the BOM cost of the circuit design will greatly go low. It is a four stage 4-bit counter, meaning it has four individual Full adder circuits each of 4-bit inside a single package. It can also be easily cascaded if more than four stages are required. Using the Full Adder IC is pretty much straight forward. The IC has four different stages and each stage has two normal inputs Ax and Bx with an additional carry input called C1. Based on the values provided to these pins the output Sx will either be high logic 1 or low logic 0.
The block diagram below represents the same. The below image and video shows the IC being simulated for all four stages by clubbing in the four input pins of both A and B. This way we can verify the truth table. Subscribe to stay updated with industry's latest Electronics components and news.
The complete working will full simulation video can be found in the video linked below. Component Datasheet. Tags Full Adder. Get Our Weekly Newsletter! Second Input for the adder circuit Four pin for four stages.
74LS83 - 74LS83 4-bit Binary Full Adder Datasheet
IC 74LS83 4-bit Binary Full Adder
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