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Brain, M. (2017) How Electronic Gates Work.

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  • TITLE: Design and Assembly of an Improvised Logic Gates Simulator

    AUTHORS: Ramil B. Arante

    KEYWORDS: Acceptability, Assembly, Digital Electronics, Design, Enhance Learning Activities, Improvised, Logic Gates, Simulator

    JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol.6 No.4, November 21, 2018

    ABSTRACT: This study aimed at designing and assembling an improvised Logic Gates Simulator that can be utilized as an instructional device in basic digital electronics instruction at Caraga State University Cabadbaran Campus, Philippines. This instructional device is believed to enhance the teaching-learning process and would also help address the scarcity of instructional equipment in the school and in the country. Descriptive method of research was employed to come up with the design of the simulator based on the course content of basic digital electronics subject. Acceptability of the improvised simulator based on standards set in this study wasgathered from the experts as respondents using a self-made questionnaire. The data were treated using average weighted mean utilizing parametric scales with verbal descriptions. Findings revealed that the improvised logic gates simulator is highly acceptable in terms of its cost and availability of components,design and construction,operations, and troubleshooting features. It is concluded that the improvised logic gates simulator is at par in terms of standards on instructional devices based on the evaluation results of experts and is therefore recommended to be used in basic digital electronics instruction. The simulator is an innovative answer and an alternate solution to the scarcity of instructional materials and devices at Caraga State University Cabadbaran Campus.