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The second chapter is assigned to demonstrate analytical possibilities of venjunction as applied to memory devices and functions. Behavior of bistable cell and most significant trigger-type circuits are analyzed in detail. Logical circuits of venjunctor are proposed as devices intended for realizing function of venjunction. By the example of double venjunctor it is clearly demonstrated the way of the corresponding logical formula restoration. It is also shown that unique analytical abilities of venjunction are extended to devices with logically indeterminate function.
KeywordsOutput Signal Logical Circuit Clock Signal Clock Pulse Input Switching
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