switching gate

switching gate

[′swich·iŋ ‚gāt]
(electronics)
An electronic circuit in which an output having constant amplitude is registered if a particular combination of input signals exists; examples are the OR, AND, NOT, and INHIBIT circuits. Also known as logical gate.
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