## Digital Logic | Number of Boolean functions

In the below article, we are going to find the number of Boolean Functions possible from the given sets of binary number. Statement-1: Suppose two… Read More »

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- Digital Logic | Number of possible Functions

In the below article, we are going to find the number of Boolean Functions possible from the given sets of binary number. Statement-1: Suppose two… Read More »

In the below articles, we are going to calculate the number of functions possible from given two sets of the element. Statement: Suppose there are… Read More »

A function is said to be Self dual if and only if its dual is equivalent to the given function, i.e., if a given function… Read More »

Prerequisite – Functional Completeness A switching function is expressed by binary variables, the logic operation symbols, and constants 0 and 1. When every switching function… Read More »

Analog and digital signals are used to transmit information (such as any audio or video), usually through electric signals. In digital technology, translation of information… Read More »

Sequential Circuits are those which have the notion of an internal state. This notion of Internal State is necessary because in sequential circuits, the output… Read More »

Prerequisite – Implicant in K-Map Karnaugh Map or K-Map is an alternative way to write truth table and is used for the simplification of Boolean… Read More »

In this article we try to explain the fundamental differences between Register Transfer Level (RTL) Design and Sequential Logic Design. In the RTL Design methodology… Read More »

Prerequisite – Types of computer memory (RAM and ROM) Random Access Memory (RAM) is used to store the programs and data being used by the… Read More »

Binary is a base-2 number system that uses two states 0 and 1 to represent a number. We can also call it to be a… Read More »

Latches are basic storage elements that operate with signal levels (rather than signal transitions). Latches controlled by a clock transition are flip-flops. Latches are edge-sensitive… Read More »

The IEEE Standard for Floating-Point Arithmetic (IEEE 754) is a technical standard for floating-point computation which was established in 1985 by the Institute of Electrical… Read More »

One Bit memory cell is also called Basic Bistable element. It has two cross-coupled inverters, 2 outputs Q and Q’. It is called “Bistable” as… Read More »

Memories are made up of registers. Each register in the memory is one storage location. Storage location is also called as memory location. Memory locations… Read More »

The data storage and transmission elements found in digital hardware are represented using a set of Verilog Hardware Description Language (HDL) data types. The purpose… Read More »