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Digital electronics treats discrete signals, unlike analog electronics that treat continuous signals. Digital logic is used to perform arithmetic operations with electric signals, and constitutes the base for building CPUs.

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You haven't told us what type of potentiometer you're using or what you are using to drive the display, so I'll assume that you're using a linear potentiometer and a microcontroller to drive the displ …
answered Feb 16 '11 by AndrejaKo
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I'm using a HEF4017BP connected to LEDs and a pusbutton to control some LEDs. Here's the schematic: So I'm using the pushbutton to drive the clock, the capacitor is there to help with debouncing …
asked Apr 19 '12 by AndrejaKo
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The electromagnetic wave and antenna don't know if the TV is analog or digital. To them, it's the same! This means that most of analog transmission experience applies to digital TV as well. So in ge …
answered Oct 16 '13 by AndrejaKo
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One line of reasoning I always used for logical AND and OR signs is their relation to mathematical operations they represent. Let's start with logical AND. It's often represented as multiplication si …
answered Sep 29 '14 by AndrejaKo