Boolean algebra and logic gates
When thinking about logic circuits, the first thing that pops into our heads are the well-known logic gates. Digital circuits are a type of electronic circuit where the voltage signals usually take two levels and are defined by the digits 0 and 1, which allows the use of Boolean algebra, for this reason such circuits are called logic circuits. Using AND, NAND, OR, NOR, NOT, XOR and XNOR gates we can perform any logic operation needed in our system.
Gate types and their importance
Using logic gates and relying on logic algebra we can build and design various systems e.g. alarm systems, digital radios or even computers. Logic gates include AND gates, i.e. conjunction or bit product, which only outputs a high state when the input signals are also in a high state. NOT gate or negation or inverter is used to change the output bit to the opposite of the input bit. The OR gate can be used to make the output state high when any of the input signals are high, or use the negation of this gate and schedule a NOR gate in the circuit. A NOR gate is the negation of a sum.
Logic in everyday use
A Boolean function used in logic circuits is a mathematical model of a combinational circuit. These circuits can be used to build, among others, microprocessors, multiplexers or to control LED displays or in alarm systems. We offer a wide range of logic circuits, which allows, among others, lossless coding and transmission of information, simplified recording and storage of information, reduced sensitivity to electrical interference. We invite you to shop in our shop, and if you have any questions - feel free to contact us!