Monday, 30 December 2013

SWITCHING THEORY AND LOGIC DESIGNING


SWITCHING THEORY AND LOGIC DESIGNING
  • 1.      Numeric codes used to represent decimal digits are called BCD codes
  • 2.      Each 4 bit binary group is called a Nibble
  • 3.      The consenus theorem is also called Included Factor theorem
  • 4.      A bubbled AND gate is equivalent to a NOR gate
  • 5.      A 16 square eliminates four square
  • 6.      Sub cubes in the K-map from either Square or Rectangles
  • 7.      An arithematic circuit that adds only two binary digits is called a Half-Adder
  • 8.      The Look-Ahead adder speeds up the process by eliminating the ripple carry
  • 9.      The complement of a unite function is Ultra-Violent light
  • 10.  Threshold functions can be realized using a single threshold gate
  • 11.  The input signals to a flip flop are called Excitations
  • 12.  Dynamic shifters are made up of MOS Invertor
  • 13.  Unspecified outputs provide additional flexibility in state reduction
  • 14.  A state machine is another name of Sequential Circuit

  • 15.  Moore type of outputs referred to as unconditional outputs 

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