BUF


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

BUF

(BUFfer gate) A logic gate that generates the same output as the input. It is used as a relay to increase power, to add some delay in the circuit and to isolate signals. See logic gate.


References in periodicals archive ?
By 1936 the BUF emulated the Nazis in attacking the Jewish community in the east end of London, which it treated as a scapegoat for the economic problems of the country.
In present study SKIM and COW extenders better conserved NAR expressed in terms of least square means compared to HOM, BUF, CAM and MOD extenders.
Mosley in fact advised the BUF on the outbreak of war to `Do nothing to hurt our country or aid any other power'.
In May 1940 the BUF was banned by the Government, effectively killing off the movement, and Mosley was interned for most of the rest of the war.
BUF director Sally Walton said: "We are extremely grateful to Cambridge Laboratories for supporting BUF's work and enabling our charity to make a real difference to the management and treatment of urological disease.
One of TRIP's main beneficiaries, Pierre Buffin's BUF, which provided visual effects on a flurry of tentpoles, notably "Thor," and Tim Burton's "Dark Shadows," is opening facilities in Belgium and Canada.
When the BUF was set up, Britain was in economic crisis and there was huge unemployment.