# Category: Digital Electronics and Digital Logic Design

## Parity Generator and Parity Checker

In digital systems, during data transmission and processing, data gets distorted. This is due to the noises added to it. Such noises change 0s to 1s and 1s to 0s. Annoying, right? It is necessary to identify and remove these errors. One of the most widely used error detection techniques for transmission of data for […]

## Counters – Synchronous, Asynchronous, up, down & Johnson ring counters

Counters perform the function of counting events in digital electronics and digital circuits. There are many types of digital counters. We will take a look at a few important ones and understand the process of designing them.

## Flip-Flops & Latches – Ultimate guide – Designing and truth tables

One of the most integral parts of modern digital electronics and gadgets is the memory. Storage is expensive. And flip-flops are the building blocks of storage.

## Shift Registers – Parallel & Serial – PIPO, PISO, SISO, SIPO

In digital electronics, data needs to be moved quickly and efficiently. Shif registers are an excellent way of transporting digital data.

## Priority Encoders, Encoders and Decoders – Simple explanation & designing

Digital data transmission, encryption, and compression are vital operations and are done by encoders and decoders. Let’s study their working and design.

## Multiplexer and Demultiplexer – The ultimate guide

A multiplexer and a demultiplexer are two important combinational circuits important for digital data transmission. This is our one-stop guide for understanding digital multiplexer and demultiplexer circuit design, truth tables, cascading, working, applications and other FAQs.

## Multiplier – Designing of 2-bit and 3-bit binary multiplier circuits

To multiply binary digits we need a special digital circuit called a multiplier. Let’s understand some multiplication rules and design the third most important arithmetic logic circuit that we will study in this digital electronics course.

## Comparator – Designing 1-bit, 2-bit and 4-bit comparators using logic gates

A comparator is a combinational logic circuit that compares input bits and gives an output that indicates the equality/inequality of a digital circuit.

## 4-bit parallel adder and 4-bit parallel subtractor – designing & logic diagram

In digital electronics, if you have more than two or three bits of data to add or subtract, a full adder or a full subtractor won’t suffice. To add and subtract two four-bit numbers we use parallel adders and parallel subtractors.

## Half Adder, Full Adder, Half Subtractor & Full Subtractor

Arithmetic combinational circuits are the norm in modern ICs. In this post, we will take a look at adders and subtractors. These are the most basic yet important circuits that we will learn about in this digital electronics course.

## Code Converters – Binary to Excess 3, Binary to Gray and Gray to Binary

It’s necessary to understand digital code converters to realize the importance of encoding data to fit our demands of designing logic circuits. Code converters are also an important class of digital electronics circuitry.