## Programmable Logic Array

Programmable Logic Array(PLA) is a fixed architecture logic device with programmable AND gates followed by programmable OR gates. PLA is basically a type of programmable… Read More »

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Programmable Logic Array(PLA) is a fixed architecture logic device with programmable AND gates followed by programmable OR gates. PLA is basically a type of programmable… Read More »

Digital Signal – A digital signal is a signal that represents data as a sequence of discrete values; at any given time it can only… Read More »

Prerequisite – Number System and base conversions, BCD(8421) In Binary Coded Decimal (BCD) encoding scheme each of the decimal numbers(0-9) is represented by its equivalent… Read More »

Prerequisite – Introduction of Sequential Circuits Sequential circuits are those which use previous and current input variables by storing their information and placing them back… Read More »

Broadband system use modulation techniques to reduce the effect of noise in the environment. Broadband transmission employs multiple channel unidirectional transmission using combination of phase… Read More »

Prerequisite – Block Coding, Line Coding A computer network is designed to send information from one point to another. Data that we send can either… Read More »

Conversion of Digital Data to Digital Signal involves three techniques: Line Coding Block Coding Scrambling Out of which Line coding is always needed, block coding… Read More »

Analog Signal: An analog signal is any continuous signal for which the time varying feature of the signal is a representation of some other time… Read More »

Data as well as signals that represents data can either be digital or analog. Line coding is the process of converting digital data to digital… Read More »

Digital Signal: A digital signal is a signal that represents data as a sequence of discrete values; at any given time it can only take… Read More »

Flip flops can be used to store a single bit of binary data (1or 0). However, in order to store multiple bits of data, we… Read More »

A magnitude digital Comparator is a combinational circuit that compares two digital or binary numbers in order to find out whether one binary number is… Read More »

Prerequisite – Full adder, Full Subtractor Parallel Adder – A single full adder performs the addition of two one bit numbers and an input carry.… Read More »

Prerequisite – Flip-flop types and their Conversion Race Around Condition In JK Flip-flop – For J-K flip-flop, if J=K=1, and if clk=1 for a long… Read More »

In communication system, analog signals travel through transmission media, which tends to deteriorate the quality of analog signal. This imperfection causes signal impairment. This means… Read More »