The test signal has a greater logic level greater than the normal high logic level of the data bus (17) or a lower logic level lower than the normal low logic level of the data bus (17).
The circuit is adapted to detect a transition in a data timing signal from an indeterminate logic level to a selected one of a high logic level and a low logic level.
In one implementation, the flip-flop is reset when the logic level is different than an expected logic level.
Each control signal has a first logic level, indicating the switch is non-conductive, and a second logic level, indicating the switch is conductive.
When the logic level input signal has a first logic level, the switching circuitry charges the first capacitive element.
A circuit for converting a first logical level into a second one.
A list is created by parsing the logically high level primary file and storing the links therein connecting logically low level primary files referenced by a logically high level primary file.
These fixed-location of control signals trigger the output driver means to recover the high logical level and the low logical level of said clock signal.
A list of archives associated with the logically lower level primary files is established and inserted into the logically higher level primary file.
Each driver may be configured to switch between a logic high voltage and a logic low voltage.
The simultaneous switching of a plurality of drivers, from a logic high to a logic low, or vice versa, may be simulated.
logic-0 d-c noise margin
logic-1 d-c noise margin
It blocks the first switch element (S1) when a second logical level (0) is applied on both outputs (A, /A).
The logical unit (L) switches the first switch element (S1) in a conductive manner, when the first logical level (1) is applied on both outputs (A, /A).
A port turned off provides an optical power or modulation below a threshold value, which corresponds to a logical level and a port turned on provides an optical power or modulation over a threshold value, which corresponds to another logical level.