121. An open-collector output requires ________.

(a) a pull-down resistor

(b) a pull-up resistor

(c) no output resistor

(d) an output resistor

122. Which is not an output state for tristate logic?

(a) HIGH

(b) LOW

(c) High-Z

(d) Low-Z

123. TTL is alive and well, particularly in ________.

(a) industrial applications

(b) educational applications

(c) military applications

(d) commercial applications

124. Most TTL logic used today is some form of ________.

(a) Schottky TTL

(b) tristate TTL

(c) low-power TTL

(d) open-collector TTL

125. A TTL NAND gate with IIH(max) of 40 A per input drives ten TTL inputs. How much current does the drive output source?

(a) 40 A

(b) 200 A

(c) 400 A

(d) 800 A

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