Here goes the list of our selected posts covering the Digital Electronics syllabus for the students of electronics engineering and other related streams/branches.
Students of Engineering & Technology streams are finding these posts very useful to prepare for semester examinations and competitive examinations like GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering).
Digital Electronics – Class Notes, Tutorials, Articles
This post covers frequently asked questions (FAQs) and answers on the Asynchronous modulus counter. What does it mean by the term modulus of a counter? The modulus of a counter ...Continue Reading
In this post, we will discuss Asynchronous Decade Counters. To start with we will briefly see what an asynchronous counter is and then we will find what a decade counter ...Continue Reading
In this post, we will discuss the modulus-M (MOD-M) asynchronous counter and its design procedure. What is a modulus-M (MOD-M) counter? A modulus-M counter is a counter where M represents ...Continue Reading
In this post, you will find a bunch of Frequently asked questions on the J-K flip-flop. This will help students to prepare for the semester & GATE examination. Explain the ...Continue Reading
This post presents a bunch of numerical problems on the asynchronous counter (or ripple counter) & synchronous counter. You will get solutions to the problems as well. Students preparing for ...Continue Reading
This post publishes Frequently Asked Questions on Flip-Flops Sequential Circuit. Also, find answers to these FAQs related to Flip-Flops. We hope, the Students who are interested to learn digital electronics ...Continue Reading
This post publishes Frequently Asked Questions on Binary Counter Sequential Circuit. Also, find answers to these FAQs related to Binary Counter. We hope, the Students who are interested to learn ...Continue Reading
In this post, we will discuss the following topics: (a) Asynchronous Up counter for Positive edge-triggered flip-flops & (b) Asynchronous Up counter for Negative edge-triggered flip-flops. For both of these, ...Continue Reading
In this post, we will discuss A 3-Bit Asynchronous Binary Counter in UP counting mode. An asynchronous counter is one in which the flip-flops (FF) within the counter do not ...Continue Reading
In this post, we will cover the Logic diagram, operation, & timing diagram of a 2-bit Synchronous Binary Counter using J-K flip-flops. In one of the earlier posts, we have ...Continue Reading
In this topic, we will now go through a step-by-step procedure to design a complete synchronous counter. Although we will do it for a specific counting sequence (for example 00-01-10-11), ...Continue Reading
In this post, we will study Synchronous Counter and its benefits over Asynchronous Counter. We will also study the differences between Synchronous Counter and Asynchronous Counter. In binary Synchronous Counter, ...Continue Reading
This post presents a detailed study & revision notes on Asynchronous Counter or ripple counter, design of a 2-Bit Asynchronous Binary Counter with its Logic diagram, operation diagram & timing ...Continue Reading