1. A digital circuit with several inputs and one output that performs a logical function such as AND, OR, NOT, NAND, or NOR. 2.The money that is collected for admission. 3. The starting position for a drag race. 4. To take the lead in a drag race right from the start.
1) A logic element that blocks or passes a signal, depending on the status of specified input signals. 2) The control element of an SCR or of some other solid-state devices.
1. Physical input to a CMOS transistor pair. 2. A logic gate such a NOR or NAND. 3. A number of repetitive active element groups. 4. A transistor.
Sorcerous link between zones, setting the course of a Channel, and defined by digital cumulation of (input) Zone value.
As applied to logic circuitry, one of several different types of electronic devices that will provide a particular output when specified input conditions are satisfied. Also, a circuit in which a signal switches another signal on or off.
In digital logic, a component that can switch the state of an output dependent on the states of one or more inputs.
1) The basic digital logic element - where the binary value of the output depends on the values of the inputs. 2) The primary control terminal of a field effect transistor.
An electrical switch that is the most basic logic element in a chip. Millions of these gates or "switches" can be found on a single chip.
a component in a digital logic circuit or one terminal of a field-effect transistor, or other semiconductor device
A circuit which has the ability to produce an output which is dependent upon a specified type of or the co-incidence nature of the input, e.g., an "and" gate has an output pulse when there is time coincidence at all inputs; an "or" gate has an output when any one or any combination of input pulses occur in time coincidence; any gate may contain a number of "inhibits," in which there is no output under any condition of input if there is time coincidence of an inhibit or "except" signal.
a computer circuit with several inputs but only one output that can be activated by particular combinations of inputs
a circuit on a chip, which implements a logical function
a kind of transistor that controls the flow of electricity
a logical entity created on the CMTS at each side of a connection that authorizes and establishes a particular DQoS traffic flow
a logical entity in the CMTS that ensures that a service flow is authorized for the QoS features it is requesting
an electonic device that operates on a set of (binary) inputs to produce a binary output
an integrated circuit composed of several transistors and capable of representing any primitive logic state, such as AND, OR, XOR, or NOT inversion conditions
A group of transistor that performs some function on single bits of data. It is the lowest unit of digital electronics, from which almost all others are contructed.
An element of a transistor to which voltage may be applied in order to turn a circuit on or off.
The terminal of a field effect transistor that controls the resistance of the channel through the application of an electric field established between the gate and the source as a result of an externally-applied voltage. The gate corresponds to the base of a bipolar transistor.
A basic component used to build a circuit. Usually performs some elementary logical operation: for example, an AND gate takes a collection of input bits, and outputs a '1' bit if all the input bits are '1', and a '0' bit otherwise. See also fanin, fanout.
The semiconductor region in a MOS transistor, located between its source and drain regions and having the opposite doping polarity to them. The gate forms a conducting path from source to drain when exposed to an electrical field of sufficient magnitude.
Symbol object for combinational logic; for example, AND gates and OR gates.
the trigger lead on a thyristor Gate (2) logic circuit which switches on its output depending on the state of its inputs
A gate is a tiny electronic switch. These switches, when linked together, can perform logical functions. Basically, gate is the logical term for transistor....
Element of a digital circuit. Also one of the terminals of a Field Effect Transistor (FET).
An electrode that adjusts the flow of current in a metal oxide semiconductor transistor.
the control terminal of a MOSFET, or alternately a basic digital logic element, for example an AND Gate, See also, OR, NAND, NOR.
the most basic logic element (such as an AND gate or an OR gate); more gates means higher density (see Boolean logic).
structure used to control output current (i.e. flow of carriers in the channel) in the field effect transistor (FET); in MOSFET gate is comprised of gate contact and thin oxide; in MESFET gate is a Schottky contact; in JFET: metal and p-n junction.
1) A device having one output channel and one or more input channels, such that the output channel state is completely determined by the input channel states, except during switching transients. 2) One of the many types of combinational logic elements having at least two inputs.
1. A combinational logic circuit having one or more input channels. 2. Used as shorthand for "interrogate."
One of the three terminals of a field-effect transistor. The JFET equivalent of BJT base.