For the students of 12th standard electronics and engineering here is the simple explanation of working of 1:4 Line Demultiplexer using Basic Gates. This circuit simulation will give you a very clear idea about the working of 1:4 line demux using basic gates.
For the students of 12th standard electronics and engineering here is the simple explanation of working of 4:1 Line Multiplexer using Basic Gates. This circuit simulation will give you a very clear idea about the working of 4:1 line mux using basic gates.
This post is for the students of bifocal electronics for Understanding RS Flip Flops using NOR & NAND Gates. The RS Flip Flop using NOR gates is generally used in all types of flip flop circuits explanation because its first state is the N/C i.e. no change state.
Understanding De Morgan’s Theorems is very easy. If you learn them step-by-step, then you can grasp the complete understanding of the theorems.
In this post I am presenting the lecture on “Understanding the Full Adder circuit using animated circuit“. The full adder circuit using logic gates is a combination of basic logic gates. It uses two half adder circuits connected one after another, as shown below. Using this circuit, we can add three binary digits at a time.
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Brief Introduction Transistor is a semiconductor device having three layers, three terminals and two junctions. Since we have only two types of semiconductors i.e. the p-type and n-type, there are two types of transistors: they are NPN transistor and PNP transistor. It is named as transistor which is an acronym of two terms: “transfer-of-resistor.” It […]