Emitter coupled logic

(ECL) (Or “Current Mode Logic”) A technology for building logic gates where the emitter of a transistor is used as the output rather than its collector. ECL has a propagation time of 0.5 – 2 ns (faster than TTL) and a power dissipation 3 – 10 times higher than TTL.


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