Jerehmia
Jerehmia
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24th Sep 2022
9th Oct 2022
A digital clock using a fast 7 segment display made with SWCH segments (which glow in Fancy Display mode) and a 250 AND/NAND gate matrix (10 inputs x 25 outputs) introduced in id:2854269
clock electronics fpga electronic

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  • Jerehmia
    Jerehmia
    25th Sep 2022
    @ExplosiveGuy1 I had this clock running for hours with a minute going by every 8 frames and it didn't break once. I did the same now and left it running for a few minutes and it didn't break either, so I can't reproduce the breakage.
  • ExplosiveGuy1
    ExplosiveGuy1
    25th Sep 2022
    broke when it turned 9:50 am
  • H6899
    H6899
    25th Sep 2022
    f f fpga
  • Jerehmia
    Jerehmia
    25th Sep 2022
    Oops typo, a BRAY can carry up to 30 bits of information.
  • Jerehmia
    Jerehmia
    25th Sep 2022
    @RaconTPT Adding two more numbers to the display for seconds is possible but the design would get more complicated and bulky because all segment on/off information is encoded on a single BRAY right now. A BRAY can carry up to 31 bits of information and it's carrying 28 bits (information for four 7-segment numbers), so I'd have to duplicate the encoding/decoding logic below the segments (like the random number generator in id:2785774).
  • micque
    micque
    25th Sep 2022
    nice! +1!
  • RaconTPT
    RaconTPT
    24th Sep 2022
    E should add a second "hand" so you can easily see it working.
  • RaconTPT
    RaconTPT
    24th Sep 2022
    aaccbb: here, have one of mine. +1
  • aaccbb
    aaccbb
    24th Sep 2022
    sorry, accidental downvote
  • Jerehmia
    Jerehmia
    24th Sep 2022
    It's a "clock on a chip" basically.