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Complementary Pass-transistor Logic

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  1. refers to a CMOS-type logic family which is designed for certain advantages

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  2. part of the larger family of CMOS with transmission gates, or CMOSTG

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  3. one of many logic families

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  4. common to use this logic family for multiplexers and latches

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  5. CPL uses pass-transistors to select between possible inverted output values of the logic, the output of which drives an inverter to generate the non-inverted output signal

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  6. Since inverted and non-inverted inputs are needed to drive the gates of the pass-transistors, the complement of the logic also needs to exist which selects between the possible non-inverted output values and then drives an inverter with that to gener

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