AT89C4051 as RTC


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Its a digial clock which make use of AT89C4051 to work as a Real time clock. Port 1 of the controller (AT89C4051) is used as the data lines for the LCD (starting from pin 7- pin14 of LCD). As you can see there is not much change in the hardware except the LCD, here i am using a 20 x 4 lines LCD display.
AT89C4051 as RTC - schematic

In figure 3 as you can see the digits are bigger than the normal size. For this purpose i`m maiking use of the CGRAM of the LCD, which gives the flexibility to the user to define user defined characters. so to create a character we first need to get

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