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Binary Number System

Electronic equipments working with two voltage levels are easy to build. Thus every digital system uses binary number system.

In the binary number system, there are only two symbols or positive values, 0 and 1. But these two values can be used to represent any quantity that can be represented using decimal or any other number system.

Logic Gates: AND, OR, NOT n XOR, NAND, NOR

A gate is simply an electronic circuit which operates on one or more signals to produce an output signal.

Gates are digital circuits because input and output signals are either on (denotes 1) or off (denotes 0). Gates are often called Logic circuits because they can be analyzed using Boolean algebra. Thus they are also called Logic Gates.

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