Electronic Terms

NOR Gate

An OR gate followed by a NOT gate in a cascade is called a NOR gate. In other words, the gate which provides a high output signal only when there are low signals on the inputs such type of gate is known as NOR gate. The logic symbol of the gate is shown below: The …

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NOT Gate

The NOT gate is a single input single output gate. This gate is also known as Inverter because it performs the inversion of the applied binary signal, i.e., it converts 0 into 1 or 1 into 0. In other words, the gate which has a high input signal only when their input signal is low …

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AND Gate

AND gate also has two or more input signals same as that of the OR gate, and the output is single. The gate has a high output only when all the input signals are high otherwise the output signal is low. The logic symbol for the gate is shown below. The switching circuit of the …

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OR Gate

An OR gate has two or more than two inputs and one output signal. It is called an OR gate because the output signal will be high only if any or all input signals are high. The OR gate follows the logical operation of the input and output signals. It permits the signal to pass …

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RS Flip Flop

A Flip Flop is a bi-stable device. There are three classes of flip flops they are known as Latches, pulse-triggered flip-flop, Edge- triggered flip flop. In this set word means that the output of the circuit is equal to 1 and the word reset means that the output is 0. There are two types of …

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DeMorgan’s Theorem

DeMorgan’s Theorem is mainly used to solve the various Boolean algebra expressions. The Demorgan’s theorem defines the uniformity between the gate with the same inverted input and output. It is used for implementing the basic gate operation likes NAND gate and NOR gate. The Demorgan’s theorem mostly used in digital programming and for making digital …

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NOT Operation

Like OR and AND operation, the NOT Operation is also an important function in the digital electronic circuit. It is denoted by a bar. The binary not operation is also known as not function or complement function or bit invert function. The not operation has only one input and one output. The input and output …

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OR Operation

The OR Operation is also one of the functions in a digital logic circuit. It is represented by a plus (+) sign. For example: x + y = z which is read as “x or y is equal to z”. The truth table for the OR operation is shown in the table below: The truth …

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AND Operation

The three Binary Operations are AND Operation, OR and NOT Operation. A binary logic deals with variables having distinct values like true or false, yes or no, hot or cold, high or low, etc. In a digital system design, assigning the values 1 or 0 to these two values of the variables because digital algebraic …

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