How does a NOT gate works in a genuine circuit? Like in a calculator?
Thanks in advance,
Thanks in advance,
Consider a single transistor in common-emitter configuration. When you put high on the base, transistor opens and pulls down voltage on the collector to 0. When you put low on the base, the resistor between collector and vcc pulls the voltage up to vcc.But how would it work? I mean, a line powered with 1V with a inverter (or NOT gate) in it's path would turn the signal to it's opposite value, which might be 0V, am I right? But how this same inverter would turn 0V into 1V?
Consider a single transistor in common-emitter configuration. When you put high on the base, transistor opens and pulls down voltage on the collector to 0. When you put low on the base, the resistor between collector and vcc pulls the voltage up to vcc.
The real world circuit in a calculator probably uses two MOS transistors:
where the low signal opens the top transistor and results in high signal on output, and high signal opens the bottom transistor and results in low signal on the output (during transition, very briefly, both transistors are open)
1) I think you are referring to the false gate, which will output 0 (false) no matter the input.Now that you have your answer, I have two more for you!!!
1) What is a none gate?.................A gate that can accept all logic levels, no propagation delay, when you put in a 1, you get 0, if you put in a 0, you get 0.!!!!
2) What is a WOR.......Write Only RAM?!!!...................A RAM that have infinite storage locations, you can use any logic levels, you can write as fast as possible.
And yes, I invented these two!!!!
Is this out of line even for Christmas Eve?:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
My big party is tomorrow, I just spent the whole day cooking and setting up the place. Getting a little wacky even with no alcohol!!!
How would it work? Plus, how can it be used?
You all can't do that with me, i'm just a newbie!!! XD