In electronic engineering, a bridging fault consists of two signals that are connected when they should not be. Depending on the logic circuitry employed, this may result in a wired-OR or wired-AND logic function. Since there are O(n^2) potential bridging faults, they are normally restricted to signals that are physically adjacent in the design.

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  • In electronic engineering, a bridging fault consists of two signals that are connected when they should not be. Depending on the logic circuitry employed, this may result in a wired-OR or wired-AND logic function. Since there are O(n^2) potential bridging faults, they are normally restricted to signals that are physically adjacent in the design. (en)
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  • In electronic engineering, a bridging fault consists of two signals that are connected when they should not be. Depending on the logic circuitry employed, this may result in a wired-OR or wired-AND logic function. Since there are O(n^2) potential bridging faults, they are normally restricted to signals that are physically adjacent in the design. (en)
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  • Bridging fault (en)
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