What is another word for Xor Circuit?

Pronunciation: [zˈɔː sˈɜːkɪt] (IPA)

A XOR circuit is a digital logic circuit that performs an exclusive disjunction. It is also commonly known as an XOR gate or an Exclusive OR gate. This gate is used in various applications such as in encryption, hardware random number generators, adders, comparators, and parity generators. The XOR circuit can also be referred to as a comparator, a half-adder, or a parity checker. In some cases, it is also called an Inequality Detector or a Boolean function for addition. Despite being called by different names, the objective of an XOR circuit remains the same - to compare two binary inputs and produce an output based on the presence or absence of these inputs.

Synonyms for Xor circuit:

What are the hypernyms for Xor circuit?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    electronic circuit, Boolean Algebra Circuit, Boolean Logic Circuit, Computational Logic Circuit, Logic Gate Circuit, Logic Network Circuit, digital logic circuit.

Word of the Day

Parrots diseases sign
Parrots diseases sign is a term used to describe symptoms that indicate illness in pet parrots. However, there are many antonyms for this word that can be used to describe the oppo...