In digital electronics, a level shifter, also called logic-level shifter or voltage level translator, is a circuit used to translate signals from one logic level or voltage domain to another, allowing compatibility between integrated circuits with different voltage requirements, such as TTL and CMOS.
Logic Level Shifter
A level shifter translates logic signals from one level to another. Usually, this shift takes place between 5V and 3.3V, but you can use other voltages as needed, such as 2.5V or 1.8V.
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