What Is a TTL Signal?

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A TTL signal is a Transistor-Transistor Logic compatible signal. The TTL standard or signal is single-ended, meaning that each signal is comprised of a voltage on one wire. Standard TTL circuits function at a power supply of 5 volts.
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