Simplify your bill of materials with configurable logic
Resolve common combinational logic issues such as combining power good signals, enabling or disabling digital signals, or monitoring multiple error signals with our portfolio of more than 20 configurable gates. Included device options enable up to 19 functions from a single channel device with push-pull and 3-state output types.
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Why should you choose our configurable gates?
Condense board space by having multiple logic functions in a single package
Packages as small as 1 mm2 ranging from 6 to 16 pins
Qualified for the latest industry standards
Testing and manufacturing to meet quality requirements for automotive, military, and industrial.
Common applications of configurable gates
Use fewer inputs to monitor error signals
Many systems have multiple error flags to monitor. When it's more important that an error occurred than exactly which module had the error, it is possible to reduce the number of inputs required to monitor these error flags. This video discusses one method to reduce the number of required inputs to monitor a set of error flag outputs in an example system.
SN74LVC1G97 and SN74LVC1G98 Product Clip (Rev. A)
TI's broad portfolio of configurable logic gates enables users to implement two-stage designs, save board space and simplify part management with multi-functional gates.
Understanding Schmitt Triggers (Rev. A)
Use a Schmitt-trigger type device to translate slow or noisy edges into something faster that meets the input rise and fall specs of the following device. A true Schmitt trigger input will not have rise and fall time limitations.
CMOS Power Consumption and CPD Calculation (Rev. B)
This application report addresses the different types of power consumption in a CMOS logic circuit, focusing on calculation of power-dissipation capacitance (Cpd), and the determination of total power consumption in a CMOS device.