User:Entity Valkyrie 2/Demuxer 2

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Demuxer 2
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Pattern type Conduit
Conduit type Stable
Input Herschel
Output boat
Number of cells 69
Bounding box 27×16
Step Unknown
Recovery time
(ignoring FNG if any)
94 ticks
Minimum overclock period
(ignoring FNG if any)
Unknown
Discovered by Dave Greene
Year of discovery 2017

A demuxer 2 is a second demultiplexer. An input Herschel places a boat in a location accessible to an input glider. If the boat is present, a one-time turner reaction occurs and the glider is turned 90 degrees onto a new lane. Unlike the original demultiplexer, the Herschel conduit is toggled, meaning it makes a boat if it's not there and destroys it if the boat is present.

If the Herschel is removed from the pattern in the infobox at right, the glider passes cleanly through the circuit. This glider can be used as the "0" output of a one-bit memory cell, where the 90-degree output would be the "1" output. It is used in the Valkyrie's memory cell.