banjo said:Typically this is accomplished by first multiplying by 2 to get 10 Hz. Then use a counter to divide by 5 to get 2Hz. Finally, use a divide by 2 flop to get 1Hz at 50% duty cycle.
The multiply by two is formed from a XOR and quadrature clock.
banjo said:Typically this is accomplished by first multiplying by 2 to get 10 Hz. Then use a counter to divide by 5 to get 2Hz. Finally, use a divide by 2 flop to get 1Hz at 50% duty cycle.
The multiply by two is formed from a XOR and quadrature clock.