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I2L Abbrev. for integrated injection logic. A bipolar integrated-circuit technology that allows extremely high component densities on a chip. It is used for complex LSI functions such as microprocessors and is simpler to fabricate than either TTL or MOS. It also has lower power requirements and reasonably good switching speeds.

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I2L Electronics integrated injection logic

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