## How many inputs are there in decimal to binary priority encoder IC 74147?

74147 is a priority decimal-to-BCD encoder IC, which accepts 9 active-LOW inputs (I1, I2, I3, I4, I5, I6, I7, I8, I9) to produce an active-LOW 4-bit binary code (BCD: Y3 Y2 Y1 Y0). For example, if I9 input is LOW, then it is active. Thus, its index, 9, is converted to a 4-bit binary code, which is 1001.

**What is decimal-to-BCD encoder?**

simple decimal-to-BCD encoder is a digital circuit that has 10 input lines and 4 output lines. The inputs represent the 10 decimal numbers from 0 to 9, where only one input can be active. The outputs indicate the BCD code that represents the active input.

**How many OR gates are required for a decimal-to-BCD decoder?**

Y3 = I8 +I9 From these Boolean expressions, the Decimal to BCD Encoder can be implemented by using simply three 4 OR gates.

### How many input and output will a decimal-to-BCD encoder have?

Decimal-to-BCD encoder is the type of encoder that usually consists of ten input lines and 4 output lines. Each input line corresponds to each decimal digit and 4 outputs correspond to the BCD code which is represented in 4 bits.

**What is 74LS138?**

74LS138 is a complex TTL based logical device used to convert 3-bit binary data to 8-bits. The actual purpose of this chip is designed for demultiplexing or in machine language we can say as a decoding device. The device takes 3 input data and converts it to 8-bit data.

**What is decimal decoder?**

CD4028 – BCD-to-Decimal Decoder. The CD4028 is a BCD-to-decimal or binary-to-octal decoder consisting of 4 inputs, decoding logic gates, and 10 output buffers. A BCD code applied to the 4 inputs, A, B, C, and D, results in a high level at the selected 1-of-10 decimal decoded outputs.

## How do I decode BCD-to-decimal decoder?

BCD-to-Decimal Conversion Simply divide the binary number into groups of four digits, starting with the least significant digit and then write the decimal digit represented by each 4-bit group.

**How many inputs will a decimal to BCD encoder have a 16 B 8 C 4 D 10?**

10 inputs

So, a total of 10 inputs are there in a decimal-to-BCD encoder.

**How many inputs are required for a 6 to 64 decoder?**

The answer is 4. Say the 8 input variables are A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H. Pass C,D,E,F,G,H as inputs to each of the four 6->64 decoders.

### How do I decode IC?

Read the serial number from the top side of the IC. The top side of the IC is facing up when the chip is standing on its pins. You may require a magnifying glass while reading the IC serial information. Open your Internet browser and enter the IC’s serial number into either the Google or Yahoo search engines.

**Which IC used in decoder?**

Both encoder and decoder are combinational circuits as their output depends only on current values of the input. In this tutorial, the encoder and decoder circuits will be constructed using 7400 Series ICs. From the previous tutorial, it must be known that a decoder can be constructed using NOT and the AND gates.