AND
OR
EXOR
NOR

## Digital logic Design MCQs of 50 plus Questions

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### Digital Logic Design Quiz Outline

Number Systems MCQs, Number Systems and Codes MCQs, Logic Gates, Digital Circuits and Operational Characteristics, Boolean Algebra and Logic Simplification, Karnaugh Map and Boolean Expression Simplification, Comparator, Counter, Adder, Subtractor, Encoder, Decoder, Multiplexer, De-multiplexers-R Latch, Flip-Flops, Shift Registers, Memory, Analog to Digital Converters

A. Not gate
B. Nor gate
C. Nand gate
D. And gate

B. Nor gate

## In an ecl the output is taken from __________.

A. Emitter
B. Base
C. Collector
D. Junction of emitter and base

C. Collector

A. Eel
B. Cel
C. Cml
D. Ccl

C. Cml

## The full form of cml is __________.

A. Complementary mode logic
B. Current mode logic
C. Collector mode logic
D. Collector mixed logic

C. Collector mode logic

A. Ttl
B. Ecl
C. Htl
D. Dtl

B. Ecl

## The full form of ecl is __________.

A. Emitter-collector logic
B. Emitter-complementary logic
C. Emitter-coupled logic
D. Emitter-cored logic

C. Emitter-coupled logic

## A disadvantage of dtl is ___________.

A. The input transistor to the resister
B. The input resister to the transistor
C. The increased fan-in
D. The increased fan-out