logical gate


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logical gate

[′läj·ə·kəl ′gāt]
(electronics)
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Some gates using circulators, optical channel-dropping filters, thyristor, and acoustic tunable filter have been reported less number of logical gates but still they are compact in size.
In this DPTAAL design, asynchronous operation has been achieved by the control and regeneration (C&R) section, which generates the control signal for the next logical gate using the output signal of the previous gate.
This conclusion is non sequitur, because the quantum superposition is described by AND logical gate and this means that [[psi].sub.15] and [[psi].sub.25] are both true, hence existent states.
SSV logic circuit consists of 15 logical gates. A red line shows, which part of the logic circuit is active and blue line shows the inactive part.
It offers a framework privileged to the deductive and inductive analysis by means of a tree structure of logical gates [8].