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Is there an IC for 6-to-64 decoder?

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eagv

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Well I'm new in the forum, and I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but anyway....


I've been working in a project which involves a 6-to-64 decoder; currently I'm using one 74AHC139 (2-to-4 decoder) and four 74HC154 (4-to-16 decoder) to build my 6-to-64 decoder. However, it gets kind of messy using too many ICs. My question is, is there an IC that holds a 6-to-64 decoder? If so, what's the part#? I've looking in the web but found none... or probably I didn't look well.

Thank you very much in advance! =)
 

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No, I don't think you'll find such a chip.

A 6-to-64 decoder would have around 80 pins. That would make the chip too big, even in SMD.
 

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