## How to Design a 4 bit Magnitude Comparator Circuit? Two numbers are greater or less than :

To illustrate whether A is greater than or less than B, we check the relative magnitudes of pairs of significant digits, starting from the most significant digit. If the two digits of a pair are same, we compare the next lower significant pair of digits. The comparison continues till a pair of unequal digits is reached.

## Discuss a binary counter with the same load. Describe with an example?

4-Bit Counter Counter with the same load: Discuss a binary counter with the same load. Describe with an example? A 4-Bit binary table with the same load can be used to create the desired calculation sequence. It can be used Read More …

## What are the Gate Delays? Method to Reduce the Gate Delay?

What are the gate delays? What are the gate delays? In electronics, digital circuits and digital electronics, a term named ‘the Propagation delay, or Gate delay’ is used. “Real gates don’t switch instantaneously. There is a latency between when the Read More …

## Discuss the Binary Counter With Parallel Load?

4-bit Binary Counter With Parallel Load 4-bit binary counter with parallel load. A binary counter  is simply circuit  which comprises of several flip-flop connected in series for each  pulse of input the flip-flop toggled and then this given as input Read More …

## 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 …

## How to Perform BCD to Gray Code Conversion?

Introduction to BCD Numbers How to Perform BCD to Gray Code Conversion? BCD stands for binary coded decimals which means we have assigned binary codes to the decimal numbers. The range of BCD numbers is from 0 to 9. That’s Read More …