Digital Electronics - Signals and Switches - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Signals and Switches - General Questions (Q.No. 1)
Why does the TTL family use a totem-pole circuit on the output?
It provides active pull-up.
It provides active pull-down.
It provides active pull-up and active pull-down.
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KIRAN V said:   4 years ago
Totem-pole output, also known as a push-pull output, is a type of electronic circuit and usually realized as a complementary pair of transistors. The High and Low level of the output are determined.

Sreejith said:   9 years ago
Totem-pole means push pull output.

Sakshi said:   1 decade ago
What is totem-pole?

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