NAND circuit



[nand] /nænd/

noun
1.
Computers. a circuit that is energized when any one of its inputs is not energized.
/nænd/
noun
1.
(electronics) a computer logic circuit having two or more input wires and one output wire that has an output signal if one or more of the input signals are at a low voltage Compare OR circuit

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