FAQs about Logic Level Translators

Q1:  What are Logic Level Translators?  Why do I need them?

A1:  Logic Level Translators convert logic signals from one logic family to signals from a different logic family.  For example, a TTL to ECL translator converts a TTL signal to an ECL signal.  Logic Level Translators are required when equipment with I/O’s from different logic families are to be interconnected.

Q2:  How many different Logic Level Translators do you make?

A2:  About 30, and more are being developed.  Please visit our web site and click on Logic Level Translators. That page has a table showing all compatible input- and output-logic families