From ASCII to 7*5 LED-Matrix Decoder with logic gates in logicly.

From ASCII to 7*5 LED-Matrix Decoder with logic gates in logicly.


This is a project, a very simple project. Consist of take the output of an ASCII generator
of 7-bits and place it into a 7*5 LED Matrix. It took a lot of logic gates, as you may notice,
there are thousands of them. This could be easily done programming an FPGA.
So I decided to make it in this program, “logicly”, however there is another program called ISE
from Xilinx. However it won’t give me this kind of outputs,
like the one I have right now. As I said before, this is an ASCII output encoded with 7 bits
that are represented here by 7 switches from A to G. There are about 80 characters, which are 10
special characters, lowercase letters, capital letters and numbers. This was made by taking the full function
and binary coded it in a truth table and minimized using the Quine-McCluskey algorithm. Well, I had a function for every single one
of the LEDs, so I had 35 functions to be minimized with the Quine McCluskey algorithm. This is the final result.

2 thoughts on “From ASCII to 7*5 LED-Matrix Decoder with logic gates in logicly.

  • January 24, 2018 at 10:18 am
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    Have you got the circuit file?

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  • September 16, 2019 at 9:28 pm
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    damn

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