Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2004
Volume: 3
Issue: 1
Page No. 49 - 55

Designing Twin 7-Segment Display for Bangla Numeric Characters

Authors : Gahangir Hossain and A. H. M. Ashfak Habib

Abstract: We humans use the decimal code to represent numbers. Digital electronic circuits in computers and calculators use mostly the binary code to represents numbers. Many other special codes are used in digita electronics to represent numbers, letters, punctuation marks and control characters. A common task of decoding from machine language to decimal numbers is encoding. A very common output device to display decimal numbers is the seven segment display. In this paper a twin (joint) seven-segment display has been proposed for Bangla digits. The 10 (ten) digits (0-9) of Bangla are represented by 4-bit input. The twin 7 segment is as a 12-segment display and it can be minimized to 11 or 10-segment according to the representation fo appropriate segment digits.

How to cite this article:

Gahangir Hossain and A. H. M. Ashfak Habib , 2004. Designing Twin 7-Segment Display for Bangla Numeric Characters . Asian Journal of Information Technology, 3: 49-55.

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