As electronic devices become faster, more sophisticated, smaller, and consume less power, the core LSIs are becoming lower in voltage using a fine process. Peripheral ICs, on the other hand, also need to meet interface standards between peripheral modules and still need to operate at 5 V or 3.3 V. When connecting products with different power supply voltages on the same board, there may be cases where the input voltage standard on the signal receiving side is not satisfied, which may lead to malfunction or damage to the device. Using a level shirfter can avoid the malfunction.
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