This report presents circuits with complementary transistors intended for the realization of logical functions. The advantage of these circuits is shown to be the simple dimensioning, leading to great flexibility in the realization of logical functions and efficient utilization of the components. This is paid for by a lower transmission speed than that ultimately possible with the same active components.
The basic circuits are interpreted as representing single logical functions (AND, OR and NOT) in double-polarity logic, while the singlepolarity logic circuits normally used represent combined logical functions (NOR and NAND).
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- Risø report 126