Full Adder Truth Table

Full Adder Truth Table:

We have seen that a full adder is a combinational circuit that forms the arithmetic sum of three input bits. It consists of three inputs and two outputs. Two of the input variables, denoted by A and B, represent the two significant bits to be added. The third input Cin, represents carry from the previous lower significant position. The Full Adder Truth Table is shown in Table 3.7.

Full Adder Truth Table

K-map simplification for carry and sum:

Full Adder Truth Table

Full Adder Logic Diagram:

Full Adder Logic Diagram

The Full Adder Boolean Expression for sum can be further simplified as follows :

Full Adder Boolean Expression

With this simplified Boolean function circuit for full-adder can be implemented as shown in the Fig. 3.17.

Full Adder Truth Table

Full Adder using Two Half adder:

A full-adder can also be implemented with two half-adders and one OR gate, as shown in the Fig. 3.18. The sum output from the second half-adder is the exclusive-OR of Cin and the output of the first half-adder, giving

Full Adder Truth Table

and the carry output is

Full Adder Truth Table

Full Adder using Two Half adder

Updated: May 20, 2020 — 4:01 pm