Digital electronics deals with the electronic manipulation of numbers, or with the manipulation of varying quantities by means of numbers. Because it is convenient to do so, today’s digital systems deal only with the numbers ‘zero’ and ‘one’, because they can be represented easily by ‘off and ‘on’ within a circuit. This is not the limitation it might seem, for the binary system of counting can be used to represent any number that we can represent with the usual decimal(0 to 9) system that we use in everyday life.

This course has been developed by (Dr Supriya Patil
.,Department of Electronic Science, Abasaheb Garware College, Pune).The Pi of this subject is (Dr.A D Shaligram
Professor, Head of Department of Electronic Science, University of Pune, Pune)and team members/contenr writers are (Supriya Patil|| Deepa Ramani, (.)).This course is being offered/adopted by this university

This course has been developed by (Dr M. S. Zambare
.,Department of Electronic Science, Fergusson College, Pune).The Pi of this subject is (Dr.A D Shaligram
Professor, Head of Department of Electronic Science, University of Pune, Pune)and team members/contenr writers are (M. S. Zambare, (Dept. of Electronic Science, Fergusson College, Pune)).This course is being offered/adopted by this university


This course has been developed by (Prof Jayant Khedkar
.,Fergusson College, Pune).The Pi of this subject is (Dr.A D Shaligram
Professor, Head of Department of Electronic Science, University of Pune, Pune)and team members/contenr writers are (Jayant Khedkar, (Fergusson College, Pune)).This course is being offered/adopted by this university


This course has been developed by (Dr N. M. Kulkarni). The Pi of this subject is (Dr.A D Shaligram
Professor, Head of Department of Electronic Science, University of Pune, Pune)and team members/contenr writers are (Not available). This course is being offered/adopted by this university