## Full subtractor using multiplexer

Full subtractor using multiplexer. A full subtractor is a combinational logic circuit. It has three inputs ( each of one bit ) termed as A, B and Cin that generates difference ( D ) and borrow ( Br ) in the output. A full subtractor circuit is designed using two AND gate, two NOT gate, … Read more

In this article I will show you how can you implement full adder in 1:8 Demultiplexer. Truth table for full adder is mentioned below. This truth table is written using the concept of binary addition. That is 0 + 0 = 0 1 + 0 = 1 0 + 1 = 1 1 + 1 … Read more

## Verification of logic gates experiment | Lab Work

Aim : Verification of Logic Gates. Components Required Components required for verification of logic gates are – 1) IC 7404 Hex inverter ( NOT Gate ) 2) IC 7408 ( AND Gate ) 3) TC 7432 ( OR Gate ) 4) IC 7486 ( XOR Grate ) 5) IC 7402 ( NOR Gate ) 6) … Read more

## Magnitude Comparator

In this article you will learn about magnitude comparator. 1 Bit & 2 Bit comparators with truth table and circuit diagram. Magnitude Comparator A combinational circuit that compares two digital or binary numbers and compare them in the form of A < B, A = B & A > B is known as magnitude comparator. … Read more

## Implement full adder using multiplexer

In this article I will show you how can you implement full adder in 4:1 and 8:1 multiplexer. Truth table for full adder is shown below. This truth table is written by the concept of binary addition. That is 0 + 0 = 0 0 + 1 = 1 1 + 0 = 1 1 … Read more

## Difference between combinational and sequential circuit

This article covers the Difference between combinational and sequential circuit. These circuits are important part of digital electronics. Combinational Circuit Combinational circuit is a type of circuit whose output depends upon the input provided. It provides instant output and is independent of time. A combinational circuit doesn’t require feedback for further output. In combinational circuits, … Read more

## Difference between Multiplexer and Demultiplexer

In this article we are going to cover the difference between multiplexer and demultiplexer in detail. They are the part of combinational circuits. Combinational circuits are those, whose output depends on the present input provided and does not get influenced by the previous state of input. Combinational circuits do not have any memory. Some examples … Read more

## half subtractor and full subtractor

Half subtractor and full subtractor is a part of combinational circuits. Combinational circuits are the circuits whose output characteristics depends upon their input signals provided at a particular time. Examples of combinational circuits are – multiplexer ( MUX ), demultiplexer ( DEMUX ), half subtractor and full subtractor, encoder, decoder, half adder and full adder. … Read more