Digital Logic series IC mainly are of two types: 1. 7400 series TTL logic 2. 4000 series CMOS logic all general logic ICs fall under these categories.Let's have a quick overview.
The 7400 series of integrated circuits (ICs) are the most popular logic families. In 1964, Texas Instruments introduced the first members of their ceramic package SN5400 series transistor–transistor logic (TTL) logic chips, later a low-cost plastic package SN7400 series was introduced in 1966 which quickly gained over 50% of the logic chip market, and eventually becoming de facto standardized electronic components. Over the decades, many generations of pin-compatible descendant families evolved to include support for low power CMOS technology, lower supply voltages, and surface mount packages.[6] The 7400 series contains hundreds of devices that provide everything from basic logic gates, flip-flops, and counters, to special purpose bus transceivers and arithmetic logic units (ALU). Specific functions are described in a list of 7400 series integrated circuits
The 4000 series was introduced as the CD4000 COS/MOS series in 1968 by RCA as a lower power and more versatile alternative to the 7400 series of transistor-transistor logic (TTL) chips. The logic functions were implemented with the newly introduced Complementary Metal–Oxide–Semiconductor (CMOS) technology.
Below you can watch the detailed video on the 7400 and 4000 logics.
Click here to see the complete list of 7400 and 4000 logics, Source: Wikipedia.
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BASIC LOGIC GATES
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DECODERS
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MULTIPLEXER
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SHIFT REGISTER
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DISPLAY DRIVERS
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FLIP FLOPS
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Applications of Digital Logics:
Digital Clock using Counters and Display Drivers
Line follower and Obstacle Detector using logic gates
Shift Register (74595) Based 7 segment display Board