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A '''G-to-H''' is a [[converter]] that takes a [[glider]] as an input [[signal]] and produces a [[Herschel]] output, which can then be used by other [[conduit]]s. G-to-Hs are frequently used in [[stable]] [[logic circuitry]]. Early examples include [[Callahan G-to-H]], [[Silver G-to-H]], and [[p8 G-to-H]] for periodic circuits. A more compact recent example is the [[syringe]].
 
A '''G-to-H''' is a [[converter]] that takes a [[glider]] as an input [[signal]] and produces a [[Herschel]] output, which can then be used by other [[conduit]]s. G-to-Hs are frequently used in [[stable]] [[logic circuitry]]. Early examples include [[Callahan G-to-H]], [[Silver G-to-H]], and [[p8 G-to-H]] for periodic circuits. A more compact recent example is the [[syringe]].
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==See also==
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* [[Jormungant's G-to-H]]
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
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Latest revision as of 00:36, 7 November 2019

A G-to-H is a converter that takes a glider as an input signal and produces a Herschel output, which can then be used by other conduits. G-to-Hs are frequently used in stable logic circuitry. Early examples include Callahan G-to-H, Silver G-to-H, and p8 G-to-H for periodic circuits. A more compact recent example is the syringe.

See also

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