emitter-coupled logic

Definitions

General Science

  • noun a high-speed logic circuit design using the emitters of transistors as output connections to other stages.

Electronics

  • A logic circuit design in which pairs of bipolar transistors are coupled by their emitters. Such transistors feature extremely fast switching speeds, and are used in high-performance processors. Its abbreviation is ECL. Also called emitter-coupled transistor logic.
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