About a year ago I was working for Hackaday.com and shot some videos about how to work with the ATMEGA328P.

## Archive for the Digital Logic Category

## New Videos about Digital Logic

Posted in Digital Logic on April 14, 2013 by jackBuffingtonLogic Simplification:

How to make any gate from NAND or NOR:

Karnaugh Maps:

## New digital logic videos.

Posted in Digital Logic with tags Boolean Algebra, truth tables on April 11, 2013 by jackBuffingtonHere are the two newest digital logic videos.

This first one is about the basic logic gates and their truth tables:

The other new video shows how to convert between Boolean algebra and logic gates:

## Digital Logic – Multiply, Divide, and Square root

Posted in Digital Logic with tags Binary, Digital Logic, divide, multiply, square root on April 10, 2013 by jackBuffingtonHere is the next video in my series of videos dealing with digital logic. In this video, I talk about how to multiply, divide, and calculate square roots in binary.

## Digital Logic – Binary codes

Posted in Digital Logic with tags Binary codes, Digital Logic on April 8, 2013 by jackBuffingtonHere is the second video in my digital logic series. In this video, I talk about different ways that you can encode data. Specifically, I talk about straight binary, Binary Coded Decimal, Grey code, and ASCII.

## New Digital Logic video series

Posted in Digital Logic on April 7, 2013 by jackBuffingtonHere is the first in a series of videos that I will be making about digital logic. This video deals with number systems that are used when working with digital logic and how to convert between them.