emitter-coupled logic

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emitter-coupled logic

[i′mid·ər ¦kəp·əld ′läj·ik]
(electronics)
A form of current-mode logic in which the emitters of two transistors are connected to a single current-carrying resistor in such a way that only one transistor conducts at a time. Abbreviated ECL.
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