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Digital Electronics

Mr. K Digital Electronics

AND Gate A logic circuit whose output is 1 when all inputs are 1.
ASCII American Standard Code for Information Exchange. A 7-bit code for representing alphanumeric and control characters.
Binary Code A base-2 number system that uses two digits, 0 and 1.
Bit One single unit of a byte.
Byte A binary number 8 bits long.
Decimal Number A base-10 number system that uses the digits 0-9.
Digital A representation of a physical quantity by a series of binary numbers.
Flow Chart A graphical representation of a system in which symbols are used to represent operations and lines and arrows represent relationships between components.
Gate A device with multiple inputs and one output.
Inverter A logic gate, also known as NOT, that changes its input logic level to the opposite state.
Logic Gate An electronic system that performs a logical operation on an input signal.
OR Gate A logic circuit whose output is 1 when at least one input is 1.
Truth Table A table listing all possible inputs to a circuit and the corresponding outputs.
NAND Gate A logic circuit whose output is 0 when all inputs are 1.
NOR Gate A logic circuit whose output is 0 when at least one output is 1.
XOR Gate A logic circuit whose output is 1 when one input is 1, but not both.
Created by: rklimbal