Logic gates implemented using particular configurations of bipolar junction transistors.
Emitter-Coupled Logic. Type of ALU technology.
(n.) Emitter-coupled logic; a high speed, high power transistor technology for chip manufacture. See also BiCMOS, CMOS.
The abbreviation for "Emitter Coupled Logic."
Emitter Coupled Logic. Where transistors are held in the turned-on state to increase the speed of the gate.
Emitter Coupled Logic. The fabrication technology used to build the highest powered computer systems. It is very costly and is giving way to CMOS technology.
Emitter Coupled Logic. A family of high speed, low power IC logic devices. Also called "current mode logic."
This is a family of high speed logic gates using emitter coupled bipolar transistors to produce the logic function.
see Emitter Coupled Logic.
Emitter coupled logic - A bipolar logic family that works by diverting current from one path to another, rather than by switching transistors on and off. Characterized by very fast operating speeds and high power dissipation. Also called currentmode logic (CML).
Emitter Coupled Logic. Also referred to as current mode logic.