## What is a 7483?

IC 7483 is a 4 bit parallel adder which consists of four interconnected full adders along with the look ahead carry circuit. The pin diagram of IC 7483 is shown above. It is a 16pin IC. The inputs to the IC are A, B and Cin0 while outputs are S and Cout3.

**What is a function of IC 7483?**

The 4 bit binary adder IC 7483 can be used to perform addition of BCD numbers. In this, if the four-bit sum output is not a valid digit, or if a carry C3 is generated then decimal 6 (0110 binary) is to be added to the sum to get the correct result.

**What are the specifications of IC 7483?**

Specifications – 74LS83

- 4-bit Full Adder with Carry Out.
- Nominal Operating Voltage: 5V.
- Maximum Operating Voltage: 5.5V.
- Output Propagation delay: 16nS.
- Maximum Input Low Voltage: 0.8V.
- Minimum Input High Voltage: 2V.
- Available in 16-pin PDIP, CDIP,SOIC, TSSOP packages.

### What is a 4 bit parallel adder?

A 4-bit parallel subtractor is used to subtract a number consisting of 4 bits. We get a 4-bit parallel subtractor by cascading a series of full subtractors. For an n-bit parallel subtractor, we cascade n full subtractors to achieve the desired output.

**What is the name of IC 7483?**

IC 7483 4-Bit Binary Full Adder.

**How many pins are there in IC 7483?**

7483 – 7483 4-bit Full Adder Datasheet

Pin Number | Description |
---|---|

12 | Gnd – Ground |

13 | C0 Input |

14 | C4 Input |

15 | Sum 4 Output |

## How many 7483 IC S will be needed to build a 8 bit adder circuit?

Refer to the Figure 10-15 in the textbook, an integrated circuit is the TTL 7483 4-bit binary full adder. Two 7483IC is cascaded to each other. The two 7483IC are cascaded to form an 8-bit parallel adder operation. The two 4-bit 7483 IC adders can be connected to perform an add operation of two 8-bit numbers.

**How many pins does a 4 bit adder have?**

Pinout Details This IC has a total of 16 pins. Pin# 5 and 12 are used to power up IC with +5V and GND terminal of power supply respectively. Let say we have two 4 bit numbers as A4 A3 A2 A1 and B4 B3 B2 B1 with A1 and B1 as Least Significant Bit (LSB) of respective numbers.

**How do you make a 4-bit binary adder?**

4 Bit Binary Adder

- Step 1: Watch the Video! DIY Calculator || Make your own functional calculator ||Part 1:The Adder. You first need to know the basics.
- Step 2: Get Your Components! You will need these for your build:
- Step 3: Assemble and Have Fun! Assemble as told in the video above.
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