Early on Boolean logic was used in simple mechanical adding machines. Later calculating machines were built using relays and "TRUE" and "FALSE" was replaced with "0" und "1". Relays however had the disadvantage of consuming lots of space and power. Modern semiconductor technology brought the breakthrough: Today, millions of logic gates can be put on a chip of a few millimeters in size.
In this first part you get to know the most basic logic gates. In 10 experiments, you will discover Boolean logic and digital electronics.
The second part (Go on...) will show what you can do with Boolean logic. In another 6 experiments you combine individual gates into useful applications. Here you get insights into how a computer stores information or adds two numbers.
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