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CMPT 150 Introduction to Computer Design Page 1 Logic Gates b Logic gates take electrical signals as input and produce electrical signals as output b We assume the signals are in discrete states (i.e. 0 and 1) b The behaviour of a gate can be represented in two ways: b Algebraic function b Truth Table b Written as an array with: b column for each input variable b rows for all possible input values
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Unformatted text preview: b column for resulting function value CMPT 150 Introduction to Computer Design Page 2 Logic Gates b For example, the AND gate: b The OR Gate: CMPT 150 Introduction to Computer Design Page 3 Logic Gates b Inverter or NOT Gate: b Buffer: b NAND Gate: CMPT 150 Introduction to Computer Design Page 4 Logic Gates b NOR Gate: b XOR Gate: b XNOR Gate:...
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