TTL (Transistor-Transistor Logic)
A term used in digital electronics describing the ability of a device or circuit to be connected directly to the input or output of digital equipment. Such compatibility eliminates the need for interfacing circuitry. TTL signals are usually limited to two states, low and high, and are thus more immune to interference than analog signals.
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