Let's look at some basic digital concepts and circuit structures to help bridge the gap between the land of the continuous and the land of the discrete.
Greetings, and welcome to October! Big news: We're giving away an Analog Discover 2 USB oscilloscope. Watch this episode to find out how!
I originally wanted to specifically cover memory types. But I decided at some point that there wasn't enough fun & juicy stuff to talk about there, so it morphed to cover a bunch more, including rudimentary material pertaining to digital concepts...ok, what does that mean?
We're talking about basic digital functionality and comparing it to analog solutions, discussing TTL and CMOS circuits and how they work, and ultimately breaking down how a clocked S-R flip-flops.
At the end of the episode I'm going to pose a question, your answer to which could win you an Analog Discovery 2 USB oscilloscope. To enter, put your answer in the comment section on YouTube. Entries will be judged both by upvotes and ... well, my opinion. Yep, I'm the ultimate judge on this one.
The winner will be declared on October 15th, 2018 (so late entries are pretty much pointless), by way of our various media channels as well as on the home page. Good luck!
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