## Mealy and Moore Type FSM for Serial Adder

Types of Finite State Machine  In this article I will discuss Mealy and Moore Type FSM for Serial Adder. But let us just see first that there are two main types of finite state machines (FSM) Mealy type Moore type Read More …

## What are the Different Types of Counters?

Introduction to Counters: What are the Different Types of Counters?  The output of the counter, a digital device, has a quantified state based on the submissions of the clock pulses. You can count the number of pulses using the counter’s Read More …

## How to find the basis of a vector space V?

How to find the basis of a vector space? How to find the basis of a vector space V? In order to find the basis of a vector space , we need to check two properties: The vectors should be Read More …

## How to Interface a Seven Segment Display with PIC16F877A Microcontroller?

Introduction Creating an UP counter with a seven-segment display and PIC microcontroller involves both hardware and software components. Here’s a breakdown: Hardware: PIC Microcontroller: Choose a PIC model with enough I/O pins for your display (common cathode or common anode) and Read More …

## HQDFM: Online vs. Desktop – A PCB Designer’s Guide

A seamless transition from the design concept to a perfectly built board is important for any PCB designer. Design for manufacture (DFM) is a crucial part of this process and helps to identify any kind of potential issues present beforehand Read More …

## Discuss the Electric Field of a Static and a Moving Charge

Discuss the Filed of a Static and a Moving Charge. For a single charged particle such as an electron, the electric field forms a single radian pattern

## What is the Electrostatic Generator?

Electrostatic Generator What is the Electrostatic Generator? An electrostatic generator is also called the van de Graaff generator as it was put in practice by Van de Graaff and conceived by Lord Kelvin. It consists of a hollow spherical conductor Read More …

## what are the Serial Transfer and Serial Shift Properties of Shift Registers?

what are the Serial Transfer and Serial Shift Properties of Shift Registers? what are the serial transfer and serial shift properties of shift registers? Serial Transfer is defined as “Transmission of information as sequential units. For example, if two computers Read More …

## How to Determine the Overflow of Signed and Unsigned Numbers?

Why it is necessary to get the idea of overflow?  Numbers represented in computer system have always have a specific range. It depends on how many bits your system process. Some systems are 32 bits while other are 64-bits. With the advancement in technology we have now larger bits processing systems. But they have limited range of numbers they can represent. Overflow refers to the condition when the given bits can not represent the given number. It means that number needs more bits for its representation. There is another situation where the number is small enough and not representable according to the given pattern of numbers. This is called underflow.