dec: 22 hex: 16 bin: 10110
The Bus Transceiver, sometimes referred to as a Bus Xcvr, is a bundled signal logic gate with 4 inputs and 2 outputs.
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The Bus Transceiver has a total of 4 inputs and 2 outputs. When placed, on the ground, the left and right sides of the gate are the left and right latch inputs while the other 2 are the bundled connections. Bundled connections will only connect to bundled cables.
Bundled signals can run from front-to-back, or from back-to-front. These two directions are by default blocked, but the corresponding latch input can enable flow in that direction. By default, the right latch corresponds with back-to-front flow, and the left with front-to-back flow.
The 2 large display panels on each side of the gate dynamically indicate which signal is active for that side.
A shift-right-click with a screwdriver can flip the gate horizontally. When flipped, the gate's latch inputs will swap, at which point the right will correspond with front-to-back signal flow, while the left will correspond with back-to-front signal flow, which is opposite from its default behavior.
The gray blocks attached to each display panel indicate which latch goes with which direction of signal flow.
|v4.0.0||Added the Bus Transceiver.|
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