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What is RTL?
RTL stands for Register Transfer Level. It is a high-level hardware description language (HDL) used for defining digital circuits. The most popular RTL languages are VHDL and Verilog.
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2005-08-03 USB TTL I/O module delivers higher drive
Data Translation's newest -H spin of the ECONseries DT9817 offers the same number of I/O lines as the plain vanilla version, but they're high-drive lines.
2005-12-27 TTL PCI digital I/O board is RoHS-compliant
Sealevel Systems Inc. claims that its new board is the industry's first RoHS-compliant low-profile PCI bus digital I/O adapter.
2008-07-31 Tools ease design of MM2 TTL radios
FreeWave Technologies has released developer kits for its MM2 TTL and MM2-IP radios.
2007-03-26 TFT-LCD display has digital RGB TTL interface
OSD Displays released a QVGA TFT display featuring a digital RGB 18bit TTL interface that offers 200nit brightness after the installation of the touch panel at 200:1 contrast ratio.
2007-01-17 SVGA TFT-LCD has digital RGB TTL interface
OSD Displays has introduced the OSD080TN42 SVGA 8-inch TFT-LCD with an embedded timing controller. It also features a digital RGB 18bit TTL interface.
2004-01-20 STMicro bus switches pin-compatible TTL outputs
STMicroelectronics has introduced a set of four high-speed CMOS 20bit bus switches that are pin-compatible with existing TTL parts.
2005-03-31 Photonic laser diode modules offer TTL modulation input
Photonic's new laser diode modules are suitable for biomedical instrumentation, imaging, spectroscopy, fluorescence sensing, microscopy and other emerging technologies.
2004-11-30 Photonic adds TTL modulation options to laser diode modules
Photonic Products announced that they have added TTL modulation options to it's Photon Module range of laser diode modules.
2003-02-04 Pericom ships 'fastest' TTL gate logics
The company has announced the addition of its STX1GT family of single gate logic devices into its STX SOTiny Gate micro packaging portfolio.
2005-06-27 New limiting post amplifier from Micrel w/ TTL signal detect
Micrel's SY88933AL is a low power limiting post amplifier w/ TTL signal detect, designed for use in fiber-optic receivers and connects to typical transimpedance amplifiers
2005-06-10 Less-than-$100 module puts TTL I/O on your network
When installed on any 10Base-T Ethernet network, the intelligent EtherI/O24 module from Saelig comprises a deterministic I/O platform
2005-01-14 Laser modules with TTL modulation input capabilities
BFi OPTiLAS has announced additions to its' range of laser diode modules with the addition of TTL modulation input capabilities.
2000-12-06 Designing with PECL (ECL At +5.0V): The high-speed solution for the CMOS/TTL designer
This application note provides detailed information on designing with Positive Emitter Coupled Logic (PECL) devices.
2002-12-05 Clipped sine wave to HCMOS/TTL conversion
This article discusses the steps on how to convert a clipped sine wave to HCMOS/TTL.
2005-01-25 Airflow sensor touts digital TTL output
Degree Controls says its new AccuSense F900 airflow sensor is unique due to its digital TTL output of air velocity for direct control of airflow.
2002-02-12 Young executive builds the gate to wireless Internet
This article describes how young Asian pioneers are shaping the wireless Internet industry in ways that are strategic and meticulous with regard to crafting lasting solutions.
2002-05-09 VSX40 and VSX50 application notes
2014-10-06 Understanding digital level shifting
In this article, we will talk about shifting real-world voltages and some of the oddball techniques for doing so. We will kick off with a 3V3 to 5V interface.
2004-08-16 TI announces replacements for discontinued Agere translators
TI introduced seven PECL and TTL drivers and receivers, including one of the industry's first 3.3V PECL translators.
2000-12-08 The ECL translator guide
This application note presents an appropriate guide for interfacing between ECL devices and the TTL/CMOS devices.
2005-06-20 The ECL translator guide
This app note is intended to provide the basic device selection and connection information to enable signal translation interface between ON Semiconductor's ECL logic operating in various supply modes
2002-03-18 The Alarm extension for Chart 4
This application note explains how to use the Alarm system extension, which is capable of sounding an alarm to set the TTL outputs of the PowerLab device.
2003-05-20 TEWS module provides 48 digital tri-state I/O line
TEWS Technologies has introduced TIP675 IndustryPack module that provides 48 digital tri-state I/O line with pull up resistors to applications requiring TTL level discrete I/O.
2003-09-19 Sorting out backplane driver alphabet soup
This application note provides a guide to the various backplane technologies available today.
2001-10-16 Reinventing the switch fabric architecture
This article features the functions of the new switch fabrics designed to solve bottlenecks and minimize QoS concerns in edge access switching systems.
2002-12-05 PECL load oscillator
This article shows the advantages of PECL over CMOS/TTL.
2002-10-21 ON Semi LVPECL translator manages up to 10 data lines
The MC100EPT622 TTL/LVCMOS to LVPECL translator from ON Semiconductor features a 10-bit translation capability.
2005-05-02 Intra-panel interface for large TFT-LCD apps
Large-size, high-resolution TVs are adapting new interface design protocols to address market demand
2001-12-01 Implementing OLA to remove delays
This article addresses the delay problems DSM (deep-submicron) design closure poses and how OLA (open library application programming interface) can be the format to help solve it.
2002-12-04 Implementing GTLP drivers for 32Mbps TDM backplanes
This application note describes a simple circuit that may be used to connect the 32Mbps streams from Zarlink's high-density switches such as the MT90869 (16K x 16K) and the MT90870 (12K x 12K) to a backplane bus through a LVTTL-GTLP level converter.
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