(written as half adder)a binary adder that can produce the sum of two inputs, producing a carry output if necessary, but cannot accept a carry input
(written as half adder)a binary addition circuit which can produce the sum of two inputs and a carry output if necessary, but will not accept a carry input
- A logic circuit which accepts two input bits, and whose output is a sum bit and a carry bit. Unlike a full adder, a half-adder does not accept an input carry bit. Also called two-input adder.