# Boolean Albra Samples

Boolean algebra laws can be used to define logic doors in digital logic design. The number of required logistics doors and power consumption can be reduced thanks to the advanced boolean algebra. So far, we've learned boolean algebra expressions of digital logic functions and the accuracy tables of logic doors. Then let's see a few examples of how we can use Boolean Cebrini to simplify larger digital logic circuits:

## Example 1

When we examine our first logistics circuit, we see 3 logistics doors. These logical doors are, respectively:

1. AND IT'S NOT
2. PRIVATE OR
3. PRIVATE OR NOT

They'll have doors. Then let's set up our circuit through Proteus. First observations show us that the circuit consists of a NAND door with 2 entrances, an EX-OR Gate with 2 entrances and finally an EX-NOR door with 2 entrances at the exit. There are 2 entrances in our circuit. When we look at the exit, we encounter 4 combinations. Then let's take a closer look at our painting. First observations show us that the circuit consists of a NAND door with 2 entrances, an EX-OR Gate with 2 entrances and finally an EX-NOR door with 2 entrances at the exit. There are 2 entrances in our circuit. When we look at the exit, we encounter 4 combinations. Then let's take a closer look at our painting. When we look at the output, we see that when both of our inputs are zero, our output will be zero. Other than that, the output status will be 1.

## Example 2

When we examine our first logistics circuit, we see 3 logistics doors. These logical doors are, respectively:

1. AND
2. OR
3. OR NOT

They'll have doors. Then let's examine our circuit via the Proteus app. When we look at the output, we see that if both of our inputs are zero or one, our output will be one. Other than that, the status of the output will be 0. At this point, the easiest way to analyze this would be to extract the mathematical expression of the circuit that we actually saw. Our mathematical expression will be as follows: Q = (A.B) + (A+B)' —> This is what the mathematical equation will be like.

## Example 3

When we examine our first logistics circuit, we see 6 logistics doors. These logical doors are, respectively:

1. 2 PIECES AND
2. NOT 2 PIECES
3. 2 Pieces OR

Doors are used. Then let's examine our circuit via the Proteus app. People who use Boolean Alrini can perform such circuit analysis very strongly. In this way, they can quickly identify unnecessary logic doors in digital logic design. Accordingly, they may have a good chance of achieving a decrease in the number of necessary logistics doors and power consumption. At this point, all we have to do is have a nice knowledge of boolean algebra. Then let's look at the accuracy of our last circuit.