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Help me pls. Its my final year project and its giving me headache

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solar

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Pls, i need help on how to design an alarm clock using electronics workbench
 
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dknguyen

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It's your final year...you haven't learned anything? Not even what kind of help you need?
 
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Boncuk

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First you should use your memory and dig out what you have learned so far.

You'll probably remember that it takes an accurate time base and counters to make a clock.

Based on these facts you might work out and post a schematic. We'll be glad to help you if there are any bugs in the circuit.

Boncuk
 

mrlooneytoon

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Pls, i need help on how to design an alarm clock using electronics workbench

There's a tutorial (or more like a sample circuit) in EWB MultiSIM where it simulates a 4 bit counter in BCD using four 7-segment displays.

I think the file is called BCD Counter or something like that.

Basically it's using JK's in toggle mode to up-count.

That's a start for you!
 
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