Introduction

This section contains three simulation assisted tutorials to show the behaviour of some logic gates and combinations of logic gates. To use the simulations, you must install the LabVIEW runtime engine for your machine available below. There is also a section with:

Instructions for using LabVIEW on the University of Surrey network

Instructions for using LabVIEW elsewhere


LabVIEW run time engines

Download the runtime engine for Windows

Download the runtime engine for Unix


Basic Logic Gates Tutorial

This tutorial should be used first to get used to using the simulations at a basic level. It shows the basic functions of all the logic gates discussed so far.

Basic Logic Gates Instructions

Basic Logic Gates Simulation (Windows exe file, Windows runtime engine required)

Basic Logic Gates Simulation (Unix/Linux, Unix/Linux runtime engine required)

vi Basic Logic Gates Simulation (LabVIEW software required to run vi's)

 


Making Not Gates From Other Logic Gates Tutorial

This tutorial will show how NOT gates can be made by adjusting the wiring configuration of other logic gates.

Making Not Gates From Other Logic Gates Instructions

Making Not Gates From Other Logic Gates Simulation (Windows exe file, Windows runtime engine required)

Making Not Gates From Other Logic Gates Simulation (Unix/Linux, Unix/Linux runtime engine required)

vi Making Not Gates From Other Logic Gates Simulation (LabVIEW software required to run vi's)

 


Logic Gates Using Inverters Tutorial

This tutorial will show how NOT gates can be used with other logic gates.

Logic Gates Using Inverters Instructions

Logic Gates Using Inverters Simulation (Windows exe file, Windows runtime engine required)

Logic Gates Using Inverters Simulation (Unix/Linux, Unix/Linux runtime engine required)

vi Logic Gates Using Inverters Simulation (LabVIEW software required to run vi's)


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Richard Bigwood 2005