## Tutorial Video for Simulation of a Half Adder Circuit with 4 Basic Gates using TINACloud

The Half Adder is a so called combinational circuit, to add two single binary digits and provide the output plus a carry value. It has two inputs, called A and B, and two outputs S (Sum) and C (Carry).

The relation between inputs (A, B) and the outputs (Sum. Carry) is described by the so called Truth Table. The Truth Table for the Half Adder is as follows:

In this tutorial video we created and tested a Half Adder circuit using TINACloud.

We used basic OR, AND, NOT (Inverter) gates, High-Low switches and Voltage pins for the outputs.

Click here to watch our tutorial video and learn more.

## Tutorial Video for Simulation of a Half Adder Circuit with 4 Basic Gates using TINA

The Half Adder is a so called combinational circuit, to add two single binary digits and provide the output plus a carry value. It has two inputs, called A and B, and two outputs S (Sum) and C (Carry).

The relation between inputs (A, B) and the outputs (Sum. Carry) is described by the so called Truth Table. The Truth Table for the Half Adder is as follows:

In this tutorial video we created and tested a Half Adder circuit using TINA.

We used basic OR, AND, NOT (Inverter) gates, High-Low switches and Voltage pins for the outputs.

Click here to watch our tutorial video and learn more.

## Tutorial Video for Simulation of a Half Adder with 2 gates using TINACloud

The Half Adder is a so called combinational circuit, to add two single binary digits and provide the output plus a carry value. It has two inputs, called A and B, and two outputs S (Sum) and C (Carry).

The relation between inputs (A, B) and the outputs (Sum. Carry) is described by the so called Truth Table. The Truth Table for the Half Adder is as follows:

In this tutorial video we created and tested a Half Adder circuit unsing TINACloud.

We used an XOR gate for the Sum and an AND gate for the Carry, High-Low switches and Voltage pins for the outputs. We then tested the circuit operation using Transient analysis and the Interactive mode of TINACloud.

Click here to watch our tutorial video and learn more.