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The high speed low power schmitt trigger circuit is used for tristate buffer and control signals are generated using digital logic circuits.
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Dr. Pallavi Darji committed 3 months ago

16bit+bidirectional+transreceive

The high speed low power schmitt trigger circuit is used for tristate buffer and control signals are generated using digital logic circuits.


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