/ |nand| ˈɡeɪt /
Short for NOT AND gate. A digital circuit whose output is true (1) if any input is false (0). A NAND gate is an AND circuit (output with the value of 1 when all input values are 1) followed by a NOT circuit (output that is the logical complement of the input). Thus, NAND gate output is high if any of its inputs are low. See also AND gate, gate (definition 1), NOT gate.
Type of logic gate.