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Difference Between SRGB and Adobe RGB

Md. Sajid
Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:05:54
When discussing colour management, it is impossible to avoid comparing sRGB with Adobe RGB. Based on the use case, these two colour spaces have diverse applications in photography, computer monitors, digital art, or digital displays Two colour spaces, or colour space profiles, that are often used in digital photography and visual media are the subject of the argument between sRGB and Adobe RGB. Consider that you are playing about with the settings on your digital camera. Most likely, there will be a colour space selection option that lets you choose between Adobe RGB and sRGB.Both of them have advantages and ... Read More

Difference between PGP and GPG

Md. Sajid
Updated on 19-Jan-2023 14:08:16
PGP and GPG are both very powerful tools for encrypting your data. Some differences are there between the two which you should be aware of before making a decision about which one to use. Read this article to find out more about PGP and GPG and how they are different from each other. What is PGP? PGP stands for "Pretty Good Privacy" and is a program that creates an encrypted, digital file of a message or document. The sender encrypts the file with a password and only the recipient can decrypt it with their own password. It is a type ... Read More

The Realization of Logic Functions Using NAND Gates

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 10-Jan-2023 11:20:03
A logic function is a basically a Boolean expression that returns a Boolean value, which is a value that is either TRUE or FALSE. The NAND gate is a universal logic gate, thus it can be used to implement any type of logic function. Read this tutorial to learn how you can realize different logic functions using NAND gates. Let's start with a basic introduction of the NAND gates What is a NAND Gate? A NAND Gate is a type of universal logic gate that one can use to realize any kind logical expression or any other type of logic ... Read More

Realization of a Full Subtractor using Two Half Subtractors

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 10-Jan-2023 11:18:32
A subtractor is a combinational logic circuit that can perform the subtraction of two numbers (or binary numbers) and produce the difference between them. It is a combinational logic circuit. Therefore, the output of the subtractor depends only on its present inputs. There are two types of subtractors namely, Half Subtractor Full Subtractor Read this tutorial to find out how you can realize a full subtractor using half subtractors. For the implementation of a full subtractor, we require two half subtractors. Let's start with a brief overview of half and full subtractors. What is a Half Subtractor? A ... Read More

Positional Number System

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 10-Jan-2023 11:13:46
A number is a method used for representing an arithmetic value, measure, or count, of a physical quantity. A number system is defined as a method of naming and representing numbers. The concept of number system helps in defining the rules associated with the numbers and different operations on numbers. A number system is determined with the help of its radix or base. The radix or base of a number system is nothing but the total number of symbols used in the number system for representing the different numbers. For example, in the decimal number system, there are 10 ... Read More

Implementation of XOR Gate from NAND Gate

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 10-Jan-2023 11:07:48
The NAND Gate is a universal logic gate, using which we can implement any other type of logic gate or logical expression. Read this tutorial to understand how you can implement a XOR gate using only NAND gates. Let's start with a basic overview of XOR and NAND gates What is a XOR Gate? The XOR (Exclusive-OR) Gate is a type of derived logic gate. The XOR gate is a logic gate that has two inputs and one output. The XOR gate produces a HIGH (Logic 1) output when one and only one of its two inputs are HIGH (Logic ... Read More

Implementation of XNOR Gate from NAND Gate

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 10-Jan-2023 11:04:54
As we know, the NAND Gate is a universal logic gate, using which we can implement any other type of logic gate or logical expression. Read this tutorial to find out how you can implement an XNOR gate using only NAND gates. Let's start with a basic overview of XNOR and NAND gates. What is an XNOR Gate? The XNOR (Exclusive-NOR) Gate is a type of derived logic gate. The XNOR gate is a logic gate that has two inputs and one output. The XNOR gate produces a HIGH (Logic 1) output when both of its inputs are equal, i.e. ... Read More

Implementation of OR Gate from NOR Gate

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 10-Jan-2023 11:01:27
An OR Gate is a basic logic gate that gives a HIGH or Logic 1 output, when any of its inputs is HIGH. Whereas, the NOR gate is a universal logic gate, which gives a HIGH output only when all its inputs are LOW or Logic 0. Before, going into the implementation of OR Gate using NOR Gate, let us discuss the basic theory of OR gate and NOR gate first. What is an OR Gate? An OR Gate is a basic logic gate. An OR gate can have two or more than two inputs, but has only one output. ... Read More

Implementation of OR Gate from NAND Gate

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 10-Jan-2023 10:58:09
NAND Gate is a universal logic gate, using which we can realize any logic gate. Read this tutorial to find out how you can realize an OR gate using a NAND gate. Before going into the implementation part, let's have a brief overview of OR and NAND gates. What is an OR Gate? An OR Gate is a basic logic gate. An OR gate may accept two or more than two inputs, but gives only one output. The OR gate gives a HIGH (Logic 1) output if any one of its inputs is in the HIGH or Logic 1 state, ... Read More

Implementation of NOT Gate from NOR Gate

Manish Kumar Saini
Updated on 10-Jan-2023 10:54:30
A NOT Gate is a basic logic gate that gives an output which is complement of its input. A NOR gate is a universal logic gate that can be used to implement any other type of logic gate. A NOR gate is basically an OR gate followed by a NOT gate. Read this tutorial to find out how you can implement a NOT gate using NOR gate. Let's start the discussion with a brief overview of NOT and NOR gates. What is a NOT Gate? In digital electronics, a NOT gate is a basic logic gate that has only one ... Read More
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