Code Conversion | Binary to Gray Code Converter In this post on a code conversion, we are going to see Binary to Gray Code conversion using K-map technique. If you are new to this topic (Digital Logic Circuits), I recommend you to have a look at my previous topic the Study of Logic Gates before reading this topic. Binary to gray code … [Read more...] about Code Conversion | Binary to Gray Code Converter

## Logic Gates | Logic Gate symbols | Logic Diagram | truth table

Study of Logic Gates In this post on Study of Logic Gates, you will be getting to know complete details on Logic Gates (Electric Gates), Logic Gate Symbols, Logic Diagram and truth tables. All necessary information on Logics Gates Basics has been provided. What is meant by Logic Gate? A circuit that works based on the logical decision and the process is called as Logic … [Read more...] about Logic Gates | Logic Gate symbols | Logic Diagram | truth table

## How to calculate Equivalent Resistance?

Equivalent Resistance of a circuit is obtained by calculating parallel and series elements in a circuit. A circuit may contain many series and parallel connected elements. In this topic on How to calculate Equivalent Resistance, we have to simplify the circuit elements. To find the value of a resistor, a multimeter of Resistor Color Coding method can be used. To calculate … [Read more...] about How to calculate Equivalent Resistance?

## Kirchoff’s Current Law and Kirchoff’s Voltage Law | KVL and KCL

In this post, a clear explanation on KVL and KCL has been provided. Kirchoff's Current Law and Kirchoff's Voltage Law can be applied only a closed path or loop. Kvl & Kcl Also, read: Equivalent Resistance | Calculation Ohm's Law | example Kirchoff's Current Law : In the above circuit, the I1, I2, I3, I4, and I5 are the currents flowing through each terminal. … [Read more...] about Kirchoff’s Current Law and Kirchoff’s Voltage Law | KVL and KCL

## Ohms Law def | Ohms Law with an example problem

Ohms law def and Ohms Law with an example is shown here. In other words, it can be called as the voltage is equal to the product of current and Resistance. If any two parameters are known the other parameter can be calculated by using the following formula. V = I R I =V/ R R = V/ I where 'R' is resistance. The unit of Resistance is Ohm. The reciprocal of … [Read more...] about Ohms Law def | Ohms Law with an example problem