# Category Archives: Digital Electronics & Logic Design (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

## Classification and Programming of Read-Only Memory (ROM)

Read-Only Memory (ROM) is the primary memory unit of any computer system along with the Random Access Memory (RAM), but unlike RAM, in ROM, the… Read More »

## Half Adder and Half Subtractor using NAND NOR gates

Implementation of Half Adder using NAND gates : Total 5 NAND gates are required to implement half adder. Implementation of Half Adder using NOR gates… Read More »

## Full Adder in Digital Logic

Full Adder is the adder which adds three inputs and produces two outputs. The first two inputs are A and B and the third input… Read More »

## Multiplexers in Digital Logic

It is a combinational circuit which have many data inputs and single output depending on control or select inputs.​ For N input lines, log n… Read More »

## Synchronous Sequential Circuits in Digital Logic

Steps to solve a problem: 1. Draw the state diagram from the problem statement or from the given state table. Example: Serial Adder. The functioning… Read More »

## Introduction of Floating Point Representation

1. To convert the floating point into decimal, we have 3 elements in a 32-bit floating point representation:     i) Sign     ii)… Read More »

## Number System and Base Conversions

Electronic and Digital systems may use a variety of different number systems, (e.g. Decimal, Hexadecimal, Octal, Binary). A number N in base or radix b… Read More »

## Flip-flop types ,their Conversion and Applications

Flip-flop is a circuit that maintains a state until directed by input to change the state. A basic flip-flop can be constructed using four-NAND or… Read More »

## LMN – Digital Electronics

See Last Minute Notes on all subjects here. We will discuss the important key points useful for GATE exams in summarized form. For details you… Read More »

## Digital Electronics and Computer Organisation

Digital Electronics Half Adder Half Subtractor K-Map Counters Computer Organisation and Architecture Machine Instructions What’s difference between 1’s Complement and 2’s Complement? Addressing Modes Cache… Read More »

## Introduction of K-Map (Karnaugh Map)

In many digital circuits and practical problems we need to find expression with minimum variables. We can minimize Boolean expressions of 3, 4 variables very… Read More »

## Half Subtractor in Digital Logic

Half Subtractor ( HS )   Truth Table   Logical Expression   Difference = A XOR B Borrow =   Implementation        … Read More »

## Half Adder in Digital Logic

Half Adder ( HA ) The addition of 2bits is called Half adder the input variebles are augent and addent bits and output variebles are… Read More »

## Floating Point Representation – Basics

There are posts on representation of floating point format. The objective of this article is to provide a brief introduction to floating point format. The… Read More »