Digital Logic Circuits
We've been learning about logic gates, which perform simple operations like addition, inversion, subtraction, multiplying, and dividing; these are the building blocks for any circuit, particularly computer architectures. In this section, we will learn about its implementation, various GATES, their combinations, and the circuits that can be built with them.
Logic Gates
By Vibhor Bhatnagar
● Published At Feb 2022
In this article, we will discuss different types of Logic Gates.... Keep reading ..
Boolean Algebra
By Saloni Singhal
● Published At Feb 2022
This blog will discuss Boolean Algebra-Function and its complement, Truth Table, Logic Diagram, Expressions, and Laws.... Keep reading ..
Map and Map Simplification
By Pranay Chauhan
● Published At Feb 2022
This blog explains the Karnaugh map (K-map) Boolean algebraic simplification approach. It also consists of a brief discussion of the advantages and drawbacks of K-maps.... Keep reading ..
Combinational Circuits
Combinational circuits are designed using various combinations of logic gates. What distinguishes combinational circuits from others is that they have no memory and rely solely on the current input. Combinational circuits are an important component of larger circuits and systems. In the following section, you will learn everything there is to know about combinational circuits.
Introduction to Combinational Circuits
By Saloni Singhal
● Published At Feb 2022
This blog will discuss combinational circuits and their types, along with all the necessary information required to understand the concept.... Keep reading ..
Adder
By Aditya kumar
● Published At Feb 2022
In this article, we will learn about adders and how it’s essential in a digital circuit.... Keep reading ..
Subtractor
By devika varshney
● Published At Mar 2022
This blog will discuss Subtractor, Half Subtractor, Full Subtractor, and N-Bit Parallel Subtractor.... Keep reading ..
Sequential Circuits
Sequential circuits are the inverse of combinational circuits in that they have memory and respond to both current and previous inputs. Similarly, they construct circuits for larger circuits and systems. Learn more about flip flops, counters, and registers, which are essential components of sequential circuits.
Flip Flop
An engineer understands the significance of Flip Flop in a logical system. There are several types of flip flops, including SR flip flops, D flip flop
Counters
Counters, like Flip Flops and Registers, play an important role in sequential circuits. The name of the counter explains how it works: it stores a cou
Introduction to Sequential Circuits
By Saloni Singhal
● Published At Feb 2022
This blog will discuss sequential circuits and their types, along with a brief introduction to flip-flops and latches.... Keep reading ..
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