## 3.5 TTL NAND and AND gates

Suppose we altered our basic open-collector inverter circuit, adding a second input terminal just like the first: This...

## 3.4 Multiple-input Gates

The Use of Logic Gate Inverters and buffers exhaust the possibilities for single-input gate circuits. What more can be...

## 3.3 The Buffer Gate

If we were to connect two inverter gates together so that the output of one fed into the input of another, the two...

## 3.2 The NOT Gate

The single-transistor inverter circuit illustrated earlier is actually too crude to be of practical use as a gate. Real...

## 3.1 Digital Signals and Gates

While the binary numeration system is an interesting mathematical abstraction, we havenâ€™t yet seen its practical...

## 2.6 Bit Grouping

The singular reason for learning and using the binary numeration system in electronics is to understand how to design,...

## 2.5 Binary Overflow

One caveat with signed binary numbers is that of overflow, where the answer to an addition or subtraction problem...

## 2.4 Binary Subtraction

We can subtract one binary number from another by using the standard techniques adapted for decimal numbers...

## 2.3 Negative Binary Numbers

With addition being easily accomplished, we can perform the operation of subtraction with the same technique simply by...

## 2.2 Binary Addition

The Rules of Binary Addition Adding binary numbers is a very simple task, and very similar to the longhand addition of...

## 2.1 Numbers versus Numeration

It is imperative to understand that the type of numeration system used to represent numbers has no impact on the...
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