Hexadecimal Number System | Conversions

In this article, we will learn another numbering system, known as hexadecimal number system. It has a base of sixteen (16). It means that there are sixteen digits with the help of which we can represent any number of the hexadecimal family. The digits are (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, A, B, C, D, E, … Read moreHexadecimal Number System | Conversions

Multiplexer | Applications & Advantages

The multiplexer is a combinational logic circuit designed to switch one of several input lines to a single common output line by the application of a control logic. The input has a maximum of 2N data inputs (where N = selection or control lines) and single output line. In short, Multiplexer is also known as Mux or data selector or many to … Read moreMultiplexer | Applications & Advantages

Full Subtractor | Truth table & Logic Diagram

A Subtractor is a digital logic circuit in electronics that performs the operation of subtraction of two number. Subtractors are classified into two types: half subtractor and full subtractor. A full subtractor (FS) is a combinational circuit that performs a subtraction between two bits, taking into account borrow of the lower significant stage. This circuit has three … Read moreFull Subtractor | Truth table & Logic Diagram

Half Subtractor | Truth table & Logic Diagram

A Subtractor is a digital logic circuit in electronics that performs the operation of subtraction of two number. Subtractors are classified into two types: half subtractor and full subtractor. The half subtractor (HS) circuit has two inputs: A and B, which subtract two input binary digits and generate two binary outputs i.e. borrow and difference. Truth table of half … Read moreHalf Subtractor | Truth table & Logic Diagram

Full Adder | Truth table & Logic Diagram

An Adder is a digital logic circuit in electronics that performs the operation of additions of two number. Adders are classified into two types: half adder and full adder. The full adder (FA) circuit has three inputs: A, B and Cin, which add three input binary digits and generate two binary outputs i.e. carry and sum. Let’s see an … Read moreFull Adder | Truth table & Logic Diagram

Half Adder | Truth table & Logic Diagram

An Adder is a digital logic circuit in electronics that performs the operation of additions of two number. Adders are classified into two types: half adder and full adder. The half adder (HA) circuit has two inputs: A and B, which add two input binary digits and generate two binary outputs i.e. carry and sum. Let’s see an addition … Read moreHalf Adder | Truth table & Logic Diagram

Comparison between RAM and ROM

RAM stands for Random access memory ROM stands for Read-only memory Comparison between RAM and ROM Parameters RAM ROM 1. Data storage Temporary. It vanishes when power is switched off. Permanent. Power failure does not affect data stored. 2. Data entry Data can be entered fast. No special program-writers are required. Special program-writers are required. … Read moreComparison between RAM and ROM

Digital Frequency Meter | Block Diagram & Working

Functional Block diagram of Digital Frequency Meter Working principle of Digital frequency meter 1. The unknown frequency signal is fed to the Schmitt trigger. The signal may be amplified before being applied to Schmitt trigger. 2. In a Schmitt trigger, the signal is converted into a square wave with a very fast rise and fall times, … Read moreDigital Frequency Meter | Block Diagram & Working

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