Uses of Logic Gates?

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A logic gate is an apparatus that uses a logical operation to perform an output. They are primarily used in transistors or diodes. They are used in logic circuits frequently.
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Logic gates are in fact the building block of digital electronics; they are formed by the combination of transistors (either BJT or MOSFET) to realize some digital operations (like
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Look at automated looms, player pianos, locks, chinese wooden puzzles, pachinko machines etc. for inspiration. I'm certain that the mechanical principles in those devices could be
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1. Locate the diagrams for a two-input AND gate and a two-input OR gate. A reference such as The University of Plymouth's "Boolean Algebra and Logic Gates" lists this information
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OR gate - vending machines - you could select white coffee, or black coffee but not both. Also those lights you get in the hall and stairs where you can switch the light on downstairs
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