Selector chip
An integrated circuit that can select one output signal from multiple input signals. A 2:1 selector chip takes a clock signal to alternately select between two data channels, multiplexing the input channels together into an output channel at double the speed.
An element in a circuit that grows more resistant to electricity as frequencies grow higher. Usually used in semiconductors in a spiral-wiring pattern.
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