DeMorgan’s Law, Decoder, MUX, Full Adder, and PLA!
In the previous blog, we looked at transistors and how to build logic gates from those transistors. In this blog, we are going to look at DeMorgan’s Law, the next level of abstraction, and the implementations and uses of those gates.
DeMorgan’s Law is a set of logical equivalencies. The laws govern the equivalence of AND/NAND/NOR/OR gates.
An example of DeMorgan’s Law would be the equivalence of NOT(NOT(A) AND NOT(B)). This would be equivalent to saying that “it is not true that A is false and B is false.” Well, if it is not the case that A is false…