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Example NOT

Behavior

The NOT gate inverts the signal at the input and outputs it at the output. If property "Bit Width" is larger than 1, the "NOT" function is applied to each bit individually.

Table 1. Truth table
In Out

0

1

1

0

Z

0

X

X

(Z: Undefined/High impedance, X: Error)

The behaviour for unconnected inputs or input wires carrying an undefined signal can be changed using the system preference "Open Gate Input Behaviour".

The multi-bit version of the NOT gate will perform its one-bit transformation bitwise on its inputs.

Mnemonics

The logical gates of Antares can illustrate their function with so-called "mnemonics". See the chapter Descriptions and explanations. The mnemonic of the NOT gate is shown below.

Example Mnemonic

Mnemonics are only displayed if property "Bit Width" is 1.

Pins

Input

The input of the NOT gate. Its bit width is determined by property "Bit Width".

Output

The output of the NOT gate, which outputs the inverted signal of the input. Its bit width is determined by property "Bit Width".

Attributes

Orientation

The direction in which the output points.

Bit Width

The bit width of the signal that can be passed through the NOT gate.