BCD Code: Binary Coded Decimal

BCD Code: Binary Coded Decimal

BCD Code In order to share information in digital format, it is common to use a binary or hexadecimal representations (BCD Code). There are other methods to represent this information and one of them is the BCD code. By using the BCD coding is easy to see the relationship between a decimal number (base 10) and the corresponding binary […]

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Digital Logic Levels (hight, low, 0, 1)

Digital Logic Levels (hight, low, 0, 1)

Digital Logic Levels (hight, low, 0, 1)

In digital circuits is common to say that we have a “high or a “low” logic level at the input or output of a circuit. If we have a “high” level we say it is a “1” and if we have a “low” level we say that it is a “0”.

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The logic NOT Gate

The logic NOT Gate

The logic NOT Gate The logic NOT gate or Inverter Gate is a logic gate that has only one input and one output. The output logic level is the opposite of the input logic level. The symbol and the truth table of the NOT gate are shown bellow. This gate is represented by the following Boolean function: X = A’. Look at the […]

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Logic OR gate

Logic OR gate

Logic OR gate The logic Or gate is one of the simplest digital logic gates. The output of this gate is high, when one or all of its inputs are high. The OR gate is represented by the following Boolean function: X =A+B or X=B+A. (for a 2 input OR gate) Two Input logic OR gate The following picture shows […]

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