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CREATE DIGITAL CONTENT BATCH NO -17,REG NO-04 ICT
GOOD MORNING WELCOME TO THE CLASS
MASTURA RAHMAN LUNA LECTURER COMPUTER STUDIES ADARSHA DEGREE COLLEGE BOGRA SADAR BOGRA
WHAT IS THIS ? THIS IS A CIRCUIT DIAGRAMIS THIS IS A CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
TODAY WE KNOW ABOUT DIFFERENT TYPES OF LOGIC CIRCUIT CHAPTER-4 1-st part DDDDDD REF.BOOK-COMPUTER STUDIES BY ENGR.MD.MUJIBUR RAHMAN
CHAPTER -04 DIGITAL LOGIC TWO TYPES- 1. FUNDAMENTAL GATE 2. COMPLEX GATE NOR GATE NAND GATEX-OR GATE X-NOR GATE AND GATE OR GATE NOT GATE
FUNDAMENTAL GATE 1. OR GATE 2. AND GATE 3. NOTGATE Fig-symbol of basic /fundamental gates
COMPLEX GATE 1. NAND GATE 2. NOR GATE 3. X-OR GATE 4.X-NOR GATE
TODAY WE KNOW ABOUT- 1.WHAT IS DIGITAL LOGIC ? 2.TYPES OF DIGITAL LOGIC GATE ? 3.WHAT IS FUNDAMENTAL GATE ? 4.WHAT IS COMPLEX GATE ?
TOMORROW WE WILL DISCUSS ABOUT THE TRUTH TABLE
THANKS ALL OF YOU HAVE A GOOD DAY
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