Binary Coded Decimal or BCD Number Explained

What is Binary Coded Decimal Number? Binary Coded Decimal number system is system in which decimal numbers from 0 to 9 are represented by four bit binary number. It is often called BCD number system. Each bit of BCD number has a positional weight. The weights are assigned as per the position occupied by these … Read more

2’s Complement Subtraction of Binary Numbers

2’s complement subtraction method is a way to subtract two binary numbers by actually adding one number with the 2’s complement of another number. In this article, the method of binary subtraction using 2’s complement is elaborated with examples. Method of 2’s Complement Subtraction: To implement this method for subtracting two binary numbers, the very … Read more

Hexadecimal Number System

This article explains the hexadecimal number system. Method to convert a hex to decimal, decimal to hex, hex to binary and binary to hex has also been elaborated with examples. What is Hexadecimal Number System? Hexadecimal number system is a system which uses 16 digits. Unlike decimal numbering system, this system uses digits 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,A,B,C,D,E &F … Read more

How to Convert Binary into Decimal?

To convert binary into decimal, each bit of the binary number is first multiplied with 2(n-1) where n is the position of the particular bit when counted from Least Significant Bit (LSB). The result so obtained are then added to get the equivalent decimal number. We will discuss the entire process / method of converting … Read more

How to Convert Decimal Number into Binary?

An easy method of converting a decimal number into binary number is by dividing the decimal number by 2 progressively, until the quotient of zero is obtained. The binary number is obtained by taking the remainder after each division in the reverse order. This method to convert decimal number into binary number is popularly known … Read more

What is Tunnel Diode?

A tunnel diode is a diode that exhibits a negative differential impedance region in its I-V characteristic due to quantum tunneling effects. That is, a -sloped region as shown by red colored region in the figure below. It’s a diode, a kind of semiconductor device usually with two terminals. Unlike a regular pn diode, Tunnel … Read more

How Twisting the Cables Reduce the Interference?

Twisting the cables is done to remove the electromagnetic interference from the wires. When a signal is transmitted through the cable it is in the form of current. This flow of current produces an electromagnetic field of interference around it and can generate noise effects in the surrounding cables. One pair can induce cross-talk in … Read more