Lecture 5 Logic Design

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FAST, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Islamabad
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FAST, National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Islamabad Lecture 5: Logic Design Course: Programming For Engineers-1 Asma Ahmad
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Transistors, Gates and Circuits Transistors:- Transistor acts like a  switch , which is  either in a  ON state or OFF state Gates:- A group of transistors are used to build  gate, which also acts like a switch (ON  or OFF). The  main difference  b/w  transistor and gate is that, first has  only one input, while second may has  many inputs . Circuits:- A group of Gates are used to build a  circuit, which is used to solve complex  problems (like microprocessor).
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Transistor control voltage in voltage out control high allows current to flow -- switch is closed (on) control low stops  current flow switch is open (off)
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Gates  Gate : a group of transistors ( on =1, off = 0 )
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