LogicBlocks Experiment Guide

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Resources and Going Further

Congratulations on making it all the way through the Experiments Guide! Hopefully, by now, you're much more comfortable with your knowledge of digital logic, ANDs, ORs, NOTs, XORs, multiplexers, oscillators, and then some. If you ever need a refresher on digital logic, you can always check out our digital logic tutorial.

If you're not sure where to go from here, here are some more SparkFun tutorials we'd encourage you to check out!

  • Resistors, Capacitors, Diodes, and Switches are just a handful of component-specific tutorials we have. If you're eager to learn about other fundamental electronics components, these tutorials are a good place to start!
  • What is an Arduino? -- Arduino is a hyper-popular microcontroller development platform driven to be as easy-to-use as possible. The heart of the Arduino is a microcontroller -- a tiny computer -- that has millions of logic gates inside.
  • Shift Registers -- Shift registers are incredibly useful IC's that can switch a wide array of inputs or outputs, with just a few control lines. Plus, they're completely built out of digital logic!
  • Hexadecimal -- If you're on a math kick, and comfortable with binary, take some time to learn about hex.