Some examples of printable logic diagrams are available in printable quality. Study the following **logic diagrams **which will show you the examples of the types and symbols that are used in the diagram. All of the examples that we have below will help you to understand the concept of the diagram in case you need to make one for yourself. Check out the first diagram below.

*Logic diagrams* are used widely and in many fields. In the solid-state industry, they are used as the principal diagram for the design of solid-state components such as computer chips. The use of logic symbology results in a diagram that allows the user to determine the operation of a given component or system as the various input signals change. To read and interpret logic diagrams, the reader must understand what each of the specialized symbols represents. The following diagram shows you some of the most basic symbols of logic diagrams and the meanings.

As you can see in the diagram above, there are three basic types of logic gates. They are AND, OR, and NOT gates. Each gate is a very simple device that only has two states, on and off. The states of a gate are also commonly referred to as high or low, 1 or 0, or True or False, where on = high = 1 = True, and off = low = 0 = False.

The state of the gate also referred to as its output, is determined by the status of the inputs to the gate, with each type of gate responding differently to the various possible combinations of inputs. All of the diagrams are printable in high quality, so just click the save menu and you can print it out from your browser!