Logisim: Introduction to Designing Logic Circuits

In this course, you will learn how to design and simulate digital logic circuits with the fantastic, open source software Logisim.

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Logisim: Introduction to Designing Logic Circuits

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We will cover the following tasks in 21 minutes:


Welcome to Logisim

  • Navigation, tools and browsing in Logisim.
  • A look at an SR Latch circuit in the software as an example of circuit design and simulation.


Create an XOR Circuit

  • Create an XOR circuit using the NOT, AND and OR gates.
  • Create inputs and outputs for the circuits.
  • Create wires between various components.
  • Change attributes of components in circuits and in the library.
  • Simulate circuits.


Using Sub-Circuits

  • Analyse circuits and calculate truth tables.
  • Use existing circuits as components (sub-circuits).
  • Create an XNOR circuit from the previously created XOR circuit.

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Amit Yadav

About the Host (Amit Yadav)


I am a machine learning engineer with focus in computer vision and sequence modelling for automated signal processing using deep learning techniques. My previous experiences include leading chatbot development for a large corporation.



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