Experiment 1:
Testing truth table values for logic gate combinations
Fundamental Gates...
Experiment 3
Universality of NOR and NAND Gates and the De Morgan's Theorem in action
Logic gates are the basic building blocks of any digital system. It is an electronic circuit having one or more than one input and only one output. The relationship between the input and the output is based on a certain logic.
Logic gates are named as :
ASSIGNMENT :
In the given assignment I have to verify all the logic gates and hence I had used digital led for it.
Digital LED is used for verification of circuit in digital electronics. It glows when circuit gives a true value and do not glows when the value is false.
In this assignment when the value will be true i.e., output will be 1 LED will glow with red color and else it will be shown in a white transparent color.
2. OR Gate :
3. NOT Gate:
4. NAND Gate :
5. NOR Gate:
6. XOR Gate:
7. XNOR Gate:
** All the diagrams and truth tables I had used above is formed using tools provided in simulator.
This is a project for the verification of boolean laws or logic gates.
Implementation of a Full subtractor using basic gates
Logic Gates and their Corresponding Truth Table
sample input
A2A1A0= 110
B2B1B0= 101
expected output
S2S1S0 = 011, C3= 1
Logic Gates
Logic gates as discussed in the Computer Science and Computer Architectures [CSCA] course at the University of Applied Sciences CAMPUS 02, Graz, Austria.
The project features the following circuits:
Multiple Adder Gates- Pratheesh P
Basic Logic Gates
A handful of fundamental circuits exploring logic gates
XOR Created With Only NANDS
Nor gate created only with nand gates
AND gate created only with NANDS
NOT gate made with only NAND gates
OR Gate created only with NAND gates
This is a simple digital logic circuit diagram for full adder using A,B and Cin as input and then Sum and Cout as output.
A 4-bit full adder/subtractor is a circuit that adds or subtracts two 4-bit binary numbers.
It uses a control signal to choose between addition and subtraction.
The circuit gives a 4-bit result and a carry or borrow bit.