low-level logic circuit

low-level logic circuit

[′lō ‚lev·əl ′läj·ik ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
A modification of a diode-transistor logic circuit in which a resistor and capacitor in parallel are replaced by a diode, with the result that a relatively small voltage swing is required at the base of the transistor to switch it on or off. Abbreviated LLL circuit.
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