What is 2 Variables Karnaugh's Map?
2 Variables Karnaugh's Map often known as 2 variable K-Map. It's a special method used in the context of digital electronics to minimize the AND, OR & NOT gates logical expressions. The variables A & B used to address the cells of KMAP table. A is the most significant bit (MSB) and B is the least significant bit (LSB) in the logical expressions of KMAP solver. Each A & B equals to value 1. Similarly, each A & B equals to 0. Any combinations of A, B, A & B represents the place values of K-Map table.
For example, the combinations of AB, AB, AB & AB represents the place values of binary 00, 01, 10 & 11 respectively. The numeric or decimal equivalent for the combinations of AB, AB, AB & AB equals to 0, 1, 2 & 3 respectively. Users can use this 2 variables K-Map solver to find SOP for or minimize any Boolean expressions formed by using these two variables A & B.