logic switch

logic switch

[′läj·ik ‚swich]
(electronics)
A diode matrix or other switching arrangement that is capable of directing an input signal to one of several outputs.
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When the switch returns the initial voltage to zero, the energy stored in the capacitance is dissipated mainly in the resistance of the logic switch.
When a logic switch closes in an IC, there are several sources of local energy.
When a logic switch closes, this parasitic energy comes through 50[OMEGA] links.
In a typical logic circuit, a logic switch connects a voltage source to a short transmission line.
In 1992 Spectra Logic switched its focus to backup software and tape storage, and over the years developed products that could store more data and also had features related to encryption, an important issue with data storage and retrieval.
He explains that, instead of using semiconductor elements as logic switches, these computers of the future would employ single atoms.