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Introduction to Sequential Circuits | Digital Electronics

In this video, the basics of the Sequential Circuit have been explained.

By watching this video, you will learn the following topics.

0:00 What is Sequential Circuit?
3:33 Block Diagram of Sequential Circuit
5:43 Asynchronous Sequential Circuit
6:42 Synchronous Sequential Circuit
7:33 What is a clock signal? The basic terminologies related to the clock signal
9:55 Edge Triggered and Level Triggered Sequential Circuits

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What is Sequential Circuit?

The Sequential Circuit is a type of digital circuit where the output of the circuit depends on the current inputs, as well as the past sequence of inputs.
And since the output depends on the past inputs, this Sequential Circuit also has a memory element.
In this video, the block diagram of the Sequential Circuit has been explained using the example.

Types of Sequential Circuits:

There are two types of Sequential Circuits
1) Synchronous Sequential Circuits
2) Asynchronous Sequential Circuits

Asynchronous Sequential Circuits:
The Asynchronous Sequential Circuits respond to the change in the input immediately.
In these circuits, the memory element within the circuit responds to the change in the input immediately.

Synchronous Sequential Circuits:
In these circuits, the memory element within the circuit responds to change in the input only at the discrete-time intervals. The output state of the memory element changes as per the clock signal.

The Synchronous Sequential Circuits can be further classified into two types:
1) Edge Triggered
2) Level Triggered

Level Triggered Sequential Circuits:
In these circuits, the memory element within the circuit responds to the input, when the clock level goes high. (or low). These circuits are sensitive to the clock level.

Edge Triggered Sequential Circuits:
In these circuits, the memory element within the circuit responds to the input during the clock transition. (At the rising or the falling edge of the clock signal)

In this video, the basics of the Sequential Circuit and its different aspects are explained in detail.

This video will be helpful to all the students of science and engineering in understanding the basics of the Sequential Circuits.

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Diodes EP.21 (Tagalog Electronics)

Hi guys! This video discusses one of the basic devices used in electronics which is diode. Diodes basically can be used as a switch as they allow current to flow in one direction. When supplied by a voltage source in such a way that the anode is more positive than the cathode, it is forward biased and current will flow through the diode(closed switch). The required minimum supply voltage however must be 0.7V or higher as required by the threshold voltage of Silicon diode. On the other hand, when the cathode is more positive than the anode, it is reverse biased and no current will flow through the diode (open switch). I simulate series diode circuits to verify the biasing of diodes. I also compute the series resistor that will limit the flow of current through the diode as specified by the data sheets. Happy learning and enjoy watching! #electronics #engineering #tagalog

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Introduction to Digital Electronics

In this video, some of the standard facets of Digital Electronics are covered.

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1:08 Analog Signal Vs Digital Signal
2:51 Advantage of Digital System over Analog System
6:14 Overview of Digital Circuits
9:11 Topics to be covered in upcoming videos

Introduction to Digital Electronics:
Digital electronics is the field of electronics that manages digital signals.
It suggests the signal which is processed or created using the digital circuits is electronic in nature. Mobile phones, desktop computer, as well as several communication equipments which we are making use of in our day to day life are the example of it.

Analog Signal vs. Digital Signal

An Analog signal is the sort of signal whose amplitude can take any value in the offered array. The majority of the normally taking place signals are analog in nature. Voice signal, temperature level, pressure signal are instances of analog signals.

Digital signals are the ones whose amplitude can take only limited worths in the given variety.
Basically all the modern electronic circuits which we understand are dealing with two voltage levels. High Voltage level (usually referred as Logic High) and also Low Voltage degree (frequently referred as reasoning low).
Because the electronic circuits are working with just two discrete voltage levels, the digital inputs as well as outputs can be represented making use of the binary number system

Advantages of Digital System over Analog System:

1. Digital Signal is unsusceptible to sound and interference
2. The digital data is easy to store, reproduce, and also procedure
3. Digital systems are extra exact and reliable than analog systems
4. Compared to an analog system, digital systems are conveniently scalable
5. Currently, the electronic circuits are much simple to fabricate and it is also possible to fabricate them in larger thickness

A lot of the naturally occurring signals are analog in nature. To refine them in the digital domain name,
It needs to be converted into a digital signal. Using analog to electronic converter, it is possible to convert the analog signal right into an electronic signal. As well as if needed then utilizing Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) it is possible to transform the electronic signal back right into the analog signal.

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Logic Gates: The standard building block of electronic circuits

The reasoning gateways are the basic foundation of digital circuits. Making use of these logic gateways different reasoning features can be applied. As a whole, electronic circuits can be categorized as either combinational circuits or consecutive circuits.

In combinational circuits, the output of the circuit relies on today input to the circuit, while in the consecutive circuit, the outcome of the circuit relies on the here and now inputs as well as the past outcomes. Making use of a consecutive circuit it is feasible to store the digital information. The flip-flop is an extremely standard sequential circuit that can keep one little info. Integrating numerous flip-flops, it is possible to design more complicated consecutive circuits.

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Introduction to Digital Electronics

In this video, some of the basic aspects of Digital Electronics are covered.

Here is the list of different topics covered in the video:
0:00 Introduction
1:08 Analog Signal Vs Digital Signal
2:51 Advantage of Digital System over Analog System
6:14 Overview of Digital Circuits
9:11 Topics to be covered in upcoming videos

Introduction to Digital Electronics:
Digital electronics is the field of electronics that deals with digital signals.
It means the signal which is processed or generated using the electronic circuits is digital in nature. Smartphones, personal computer, and many communication equipments which we are using in our day to day life are the example of it.

Analog Signal vs. Digital Signal

An Analog signal is the type of signal whose amplitude can take any value in the given range. Most of the naturally occurring signals are analog in nature. For example, voice signal, temperature, pressure signal are examples of analog signals.

Digital signals are the ones whose amplitude can take only finite values in the given range.
Virtually all the modern digital circuits which we know are working on two voltage levels. High Voltage level (often referred as Logic High) and Low Voltage level (often referred as logic low).
Since the digital circuits are working with only two discrete voltage levels, the digital inputs and outputs can be represented using the binary number system

Advantages of Digital System over Analog System:

1. Digital Signal is immune to noise and interference
2. The digital data is easy to store, replicate, and process
3. Digital systems are more accurate and reliable than analog systems
4. Compared to an analog system, digital systems are easily scalable
5. Currently, the digital circuits are much easy to fabricate and it is also possible to fabricate them in larger density

Most of the naturally occurring signals are analog in nature. To process them in the digital domain,
first, it needs to be converted into a digital signal. Using analog to digital converter, it is possible to convert the analog signal into a digital signal. And if required then using Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) it is possible to convert the digital signal back into the analog signal.

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Logic Gates: The basic building block of digital circuits

The logic gates are the basic building block of digital circuits. Using these logic gates various logic functions can be implemented. In general, digital circuits can be classified as either combinational circuits or sequential circuits.

In combinational circuits, the output of the circuit depends on the present input to the circuit, while in the sequential circuit, the output of the circuit depends on the present inputs as well as the past outputs. Using a sequential circuit it is possible to store the digital data. The flip-flop is a very basic sequential circuit that can store one bit of information. Combining various flip-flops, it is possible to design more complex sequential circuits.

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What is Gallium Nitride (GaN) ? GaN in Electronics

In this video, what is Gallium Nitride (GaN), as well as making use of Gallium Nitride (GaN) in lots of electronic devices applications is explained.

By watching this video, you will find out the complying with subjects:

0:00 Introduction
1:00 What is Gallium Nitride (GaN).
2:03 Advantages of Gallium Nitride (GaN) over silicon.
5:25 Is GaN the future of Electronics?

What is Gallium Nitride (GaN).

Gallium Nitride (GaN) is a large bandgap semiconductor material.
Because of the wide bandgap (3.4 eV), the GaN is typically utilized in photonics (In Blue LEDs and Laser diodes).
Since of its other distinctive benefits over Silicon, in many power electrons and also high-frequency applications, it is chosen over the silicon.

Benefits of GaN over Silicon:.
1) High break down toughness (Size of the GaN gadget will be smaller than Si gadget).
2) Can endure high voltage and high temperature more integrity.
3) More efficient than Si (Lower Heat Dissipation ).
4) High Switching Frequency (smaller tool footprint).

Applications of GaN in electronics:.
1) Compact and More Efficient AC-DC and DC-DC converters in Power Electronics.
2) Electric Vehicles.
3) Lasers as well as leds.
4) Microwave Amplifiers.
5) Aerospace elements.
6) Fast Chargers for smartphone/tablet/laptop.

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What is Gallium Nitride (GaN) ? GaN in Electronics

In this video, what is Gallium Nitride (GaN), and the use of Gallium Nitride (GaN) in many electronics applications is explained.

By watching this video, you will learn the following topics:

0:00 Introduction
1:00 What is Gallium Nitride (GaN)
2:03 Advantages of Gallium Nitride (GaN) over silicon
5:25 Is GaN the future of Electronics?

What is Gallium Nitride (GaN)

Gallium Nitride (GaN) is a wide bandgap semiconductor material.
Because of the wide bandgap (3.4 eV), the GaN is typically used in photonics (In Blue LEDs and Laser diodes)
But because of its other distinct advantages over Silicon, in many power electrons and high-frequency applications, it is preferred over the silicon.

Advantages of GaN over Silicon:
1) High breakdown strength (Size of the GaN device will be smaller than Si device)
2) Can withstand high voltage and high temperature more reliability
3) More efficient than Si (Lower Heat Dissipation )
4) High Switching Frequency (smaller device footprint)

Applications of GaN in electronics:
1) Compact and More Efficient AC-DC and DC-DC converters in Power Electronics
2) Electric Vehicles
3) LEDs and Lasers
4) Microwave Amplifiers
5) Aerospace components
6) Fast Chargers for smartphone/tablet/laptop

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