## Half Subtractor Using NAND Gates

Updated on 26-Dec-2022 18:14:43

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In digital electronics, a subtractor is a combinational logic circuit that performs the subtraction of two binary numbers. However, the subtraction of binary number can be performed using adder circuits by taking 1’s or 2’s compliments. But, we may also realize a dedicate circuit to perform the subtraction of two binary numbers. In the subtraction of two binary numbers, each subtrahend bit of the number is subtracted from its corresponding significant minuend bit to form a difference bit. During the subtraction, if the minuend bit is smaller than the subtrahend bit, then a 1 is borrowed from the next position. ... Read More

## Half Adder with NAND Gates

Updated on 26-Dec-2022 18:08:59

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In digital electronics, there are different types of logic circuits used to perform different kinds of arithmetic operations. One of them is adder. Adder (or Binary Adder) is a combinational logic circuit that performs the addition of two or more binary numbers and gives an output sum. There are two types of adders present namely, half adder and full adder. Since, adder are logic circuits, thus they are implemented using different types of digital logic gates such as OR gate, AND gate, NOT gate, NAND gates, etc. In this article, we will discuss the Half Adder Realization using NAND Gates. ... Read More

## Full Adder with NAND Gates

Updated on 26-Dec-2022 17:56:04

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In digital electronics, there are different types of logic circuits used to perform different kinds of arithmetic operations. One of them is adder. Adder (or Binary Adder) is a combinational logic circuit that performs the addition of two or more binary numbers and gives an output sum. There are two types of adders present namely, half adder and full adder. Since, adder are logic circuits, thus they are implemented using different types of digital logic gates such as OR gate, AND gate, NOT gate, NAND gates, NOR gates, etc. In this article, we will discuss the Full Adder Realization using ... Read More