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logic circuit




A network of conductors linking modules (such as amplifiers) and components (such as transistors, diodes, resistors, and capacitors), used to route and process electronic signals (such as voltages) according to the rules of symbolic logic and Boolean algebra. Also, in computing and formal mathematics, a logic circuit is a network of connected logical decisions or operations called gates.


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