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SubjectRe: DE and hot-swap disk caddies
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> Then there is this talking around about the "tristate of some" device.
> I'm really a bit sick of it. Becouse there is no such a state
> like a tri-state. We have just bus drivers on both ends.
> They are implemented usually as Schmidt triggers. They have three
> possible states on output: low voltage, high voltage, high resistance.

Which is one, two, three states -> tri-state.

Electronics terminology then abuses that to mean the high impedance state (not
high resistance please if we are going to be picky).

Alan
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