## Electronic Circuit Logic Gates Symbol and Components

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The electronic circuit symbols mainly involve wires, power supplies, resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, meters, switches, sensors, logic gates, audio devices, and other components.

Logic gates are the main building blocks in the d...

The electronic circuit symbols mainly involve wires, power supplies, resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, meters, switches, sensors, logic gates, audio devices, and other components.

Logic gates are the main building blocks in the digital circuits, logic gates will have two or three inputs and a single output. The output produced by logic gates based on certain logic. Basic Logic gate values represent in binary if we observe their truth tables.

AND Gate: The output value is HIGH when two inputs are HIGH.
OR Gate: The output value is HIGH when one of the inputs is HIGH.
NOT Gate: The output is the complement of the input.
NAND Gate: The complement of the AND gate is a NAND gate.
NOR Gate: The complement of the OR gate is a NAND gate.
X-OR Gate: The output is HIGH when an odd number of HIGH occurs in its inputs.
X-NOR Gate: The output is HIGH when an even number of HIGH occurs in its inputs.

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