Circuit Simulator - RTL NAND

Why should I learn to use the circuit simulator to design RTL NAND circuits?

Learn how to use circuit simulator software to design your own RTL NAND circuits.

Where can I get a RTL NAND circuit diagram with an explanation?

IndiaBIX provides numerous RTL NAND circuit diagrams with detailed explanations and working principles.

How do I design a RTL NAND circuit with this circuit simulator?

You can easily design RTL NAND circuit diagrams by practising with the given circuit simulator. With this online circuit simulator, you can design and simulate your own electronic circuits.

Circuit Description:
This is an NAND gate implemented using resistor-transistor logic, the earliest form of logic implemented with transistors. Click on the inputs on the left to toggle their state. When all of the inputs are high, the output is low; otherwise, the output is high.

When all the inputs are high (3.6 V), a current flows from the base to the emitter of all the transistors. Each transistor wants its collector-emitter current to be 100 times the base current, but it can't, because the collector is connected to the same voltage through a larger resistor. So, the transistors are in saturation mode; they maximize the current to bring the output voltage down as low as possible.

When any of the inputs are low (at ground), no current flows through the base of the corresponding transistor, so it switches off. With no path to ground, the output stays at 3.6 V.

1 comments Page 1 of 1.

Praveen sharma said:   8 years ago
What is the working principle of RTL?

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