Logic devices are integrated circuits that perform logic operations using Boolean logic.
Arithmetic logic units (ALU) perform arithmetic and logic operations on binary data inputs. In some processors, the ALU is divided into two units: an arithmetic unit (AU) and a logic unit (LU).
These devices adapt data transmitted in a parallel port to a serial communication format, or adapt serial port data to parallel communication format.
Flip-flops are digital logic devices that synchronize changes in output state (1 or 0) according to a clocked input.
Logic adders are digital devices that are capable of adding binary numbers. There are two basic types: half-adders and full-adders.
Digital comparators are circuits used to compare the magnitude of two binary quantities and to determine the relationship of those quantities.
Logic counters are integrated circuits used for counting events in computers and other digital systems.
Logic decoders and logic demultiplexers move data between inputs and outputs. In the case of digital decoders, the coded information is translated into familiar or uncoded formats, while digital multiplexers transmit data from one input through to several output lines.
Logic dividers are integrated circuits that divide the frequency of an input signal by a divisor value.
Logic encoders convert coded information into a familiar or uncoded format.
Logic gates are electronic circuits that combine digital signals according to boolean algebra.
Logic latches are logic devices that latch onto or retain digital states (1 or 0) in data storage circuits.
Logic level translators adapt or convert one voltage or logic level to another.
Logic multiplexers are integrated circuits that route digital information from multiple sources onto a single line for transmission to a common destination.
Monostable multivibrators, also known as one-shots, are digital devices similar to flip-flops, but with only one stable state where they remain until triggered by an input signal. Once triggered, the output is switched to the opposite state.
Parity checkers are integrated circuits (ICs) used in digital systems to detect errors when streams of bits are sent from a transmitter to a receiver. Parity generators calculate the parity of data packets and add a parity amount to them.
Shift registers are sequential logic circuits that are used to store and move data. They accept binary inputs from one serial or parallel source and then shift the data through a chain of flip-flops, one bit at time.