Explaining the term TTL

Describe the term TTL.




a) It stands for the Transistor-Transistor Logic; TTL was designed by the Texas Instruments in 1965. A TTL refers to a common digital circuit that the output is derived from the two transistors.

b) Also stands for Time to Live, a field within the Internet Protocol which specifies how many more hops a packet may travel before that particular packet is disregarded or returned.

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