Logic Gates – An Introduction To Digital Electronics – PyroEDU


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34 thoughts on “Logic Gates – An Introduction To Digital Electronics – PyroEDU

  1. Shaurya Chawla

    If you’re a noobie, it takes about 15 mins. to understand, which is great! 🙂
    Thanks for this.

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  2. Saroj Manandhar

    hi guys, the best results that i’ve had was by using the Gregs Electro Blog (i found it on google) definately the most useful info i’ve followed.

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  3. Igor Petrusevski

    I’ve been studying circuits and discovered a great website at Gregs Electro Blog (google it if you are interested)

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  4. Jaultaub

    so fu***** helpful, I can’t even! I love the experiment part shows exactly how I can use them in my project thanks!! thumbs way up!!

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  5. gayan kavinda

    Hey everyone, the greatest results that ive had was by following the Gregs Electro Blog (just google it) definately the most helpful course i’ve tried.

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  6. g.a.m. sowjanya

    I have a 7905 regulator instead of 7805 i.e. a -5v regulator. Can I just replace grnd by this regulator and give the grnd connection to the +5v pin of IC? In that way the +5v pin will still have a higher voltage.

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  7. R. Susannah

    Great stuff. I’m doing course on this without a maths background, we had the intro to Boolean logic today and our first labs tomorrow morning! This has helped clarify the connection between logical and circuitry and helped prepare me 🙂 thanks!

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  8. Eduard Voicu

    Why you don’;t need a pull down resistor for the inputs? If I don’t use a
    pulldown resistor for the inputs, the output has unexpected results.
    Thank you.

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  9. Zay Ya

    Is there microprocessor videos? Or micro controller is the same ? I going to major in EE and i have learned this and I’m moving on to microprocessor and more but I wants get a head start so i won’t struggle in class. The video is great and it refresh my memories a lots. Thanks

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  10. Georg Mierau

    In general, is it a good idea to use HC family for similar circuits with LEDs? The specs are saying “±4 mA Output Drive at 5V”.

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  11. Kris C

    Used it for coding and now digital electronics… Never thought learning how to build circuits on Minecraft would be so useful HAHAHAHAHA

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  12. XBionicMC

    i set the circuit up identically, but i always seem to get zero as an output, regardless if the input is high or low

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