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Design Procedure

→ Definition:

Combinational logic refers to a type of design in which the outputs are solely determined by the current inputs without considering any previous inputs or outputs.

• In other words, the output of combinational logic circuits is determined by the combination of input values at a specific instance of time, and there is no memory used.

• A combinational circuit can have an n number of inputs and m number of outputs.

Block Diagram:

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Designing Procedure of Combinational Circuit:

  1. Block Diagram
  2. Truth Table
  3. K-Map-(Boolean expression from k-Map)
  4. Logic Circuit

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