# Tag - BINARY

## Signed Binary Numbers

In mathematics, positive numbers (including zero) are represented as unsigned numbers. That is we do not put the +ve sign in front of them to show that they are positive numbers. However, when dealing with negative numbers we do use a -ve sign in [...]

## Binary Subtractor

The Binary Subtractor is another type of combinational arithmetic circuit that is the opposite of the Binary Adder we looked at in a previous tutorial. As their name implies, a Binary Subtractor is a decision making circuit that subtracts two binary numbers from each [...]

Another common and very useful combinational logic circuit which can be constructed using just a few basic logic gates allowing it to add together two or more binary numbers is the Binary Adder. A basic Binary Adder circuit can be made from standard AND [...]

## Binary to Decimal Conversion

How to Convert Binary to Decimal But as well as having 10 digits ( 0 through 9 ), the decimal numbering system also has the operations of addition ( + ), subtraction ( – ), multiplication ( × ) and division ( ÷ ). In a decimal system [...]

## Binary Coded Decimal

Binary Coded Decimal As we naturally live in a decimal (base-10) world we need some way of converting these decimal numbers into a binary (base-2) environment that computers and digital electronic devices understand, and binary coded decimal code allows us to do that. We have seen [...]

## Binary Decoder

Binary Decoder Binary Decoders are another type of digital logic device that has inputs of 2-bit, 3-bit or 4-bit codes depending upon the number of data input lines, so a decoder that has a set of two or more bits will be defined as having [...]

## DECIMAL TO BINARY FORMULA

Decimal to binary conversion is a long process which is usually done by dividing the decimal number to 2. Continuous division of integers is carried out until the reminder reaches to 0 or 1. Note down all the reminders in reverse order and arrive [...]