Digital Electronics - Logic Gates - Discussion

46. 

The term "hex inverter" refers to:

[A]. an inverter that has six inputs
[B]. six inverters in a single package
[C]. a six-input symbolic logic device
[D]. an inverter that has a history of failure

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

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Shreyas said: (Dec 17, 2013)  
The hex inverter is an integrated circuit that contains six (hexa-) inverters. For example, the 7404 TTL chip which has 14 pins and the 4049 CMOS chip which has 16 pins, 2 of which are used for power/referencing, and 12 of which are used by the inputs and outputs of the six inverters (the 4049 has 2 pins with no connection).

Dharani said: (Apr 13, 2017)  
Thanks @Shreyas.

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