A buffer is a special logic gate that isolates conventional gates from other circuitry and provides a high driving current for heavy circuit loads or fanout. Fan-out refers to the number of input gates connected to a single logic gate output. Buffers provide noninverting input and output. A 1 in provides a 1 out and a 0 in provides a 0 out. below Figure shows the basic buffer truth table.

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