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Category Archives: Digital Logic

Given a SOP function and a multiplexer is also given. We will need to implement the given SOP function using the given MUX. There are… Read More
DDR stands for Double Data Rate. It is a technique in computing with which a computer bus transfers data at double the rate sending data… Read More
Prerequisite – Flip-flop 1. S-R Flip-Flop : S-R flip-flop is similar to S-R latch expect clock signal and two AND gates. The circuit responds to… Read More
Synchronous Series Carry Counter is such a synchronous counter where inputs of flip-flops are connected in such a manner that only those flip-flops that are… Read More
Boolean algebraic theorems are the theorems that are used to change the form of a boolean expression. Sometimes these theorems are used to minimize the… Read More
A counter is a circuit that counts the number of occurrences of an input. The circuit consists of flip-flops which along with combinational elements are… Read More
Prerequisite – Flip-flop 1. JK Flip-Flop: JK Flip-Flip is basically a gated SR flip-flop which has an additional input that is clock input. It prevents… Read More
Prerequisite – Flip-flop  1. J-K Flip-Flop: JK flip-flop shares the initials of Jack Kilby, who won a Nobel prize for his fabrication of the world’s… Read More
Since binary numbers can have only two symbols either 0 or 1 for each position or bit, so it is not possible to add minus… Read More
Serial binary adder is a combinational logic circuit that performs the addition of two binary numbers in serial form. Serial binary adder performs bit by… Read More
Addition is a fundamental operation in digital electronics, and is used in a wide range of applications such as arithmetic, data processing, and control systems.… Read More
Prerequisite – Flip-flop Here, we will discuss the process of conversion of S-R Flip-Flop into a T Flip-Flop using an example. Rules for conversion: Step-1:… Read More
There are various sources of light, like candles, lamps, etc. Light bulb was invented by Thomas Edison in 1879. Light Emitting Diodes (LED), electronic electrical… Read More
Visible LEDs and invisible LEDs are two classes of light emitting diodes. The wavelength or color of emitting light depends on the forbidden gap or… Read More
Generally, Octal Number representation is expressed by subscript 8 or octal (o). It has a base of 8 digits ranging from 0 to 7 (i.e.,… Read More

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