Talk:Four-phase logic

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Re the notice for speedy deletion, I am the writer of the web page mentioned ( and I'm also the author of this new Wikipedia article - it's the same material but slightly edited to give a less personal view.

I personally think this topic is notable enough for Wikipedia, but the article seems like it's written as an essay, rather than in encyclopedic tone. I recommend altering the article to have sections and to put some more third-party sources in. Useight 18:52, 20 May 2007 (UTC)
I agree that this article should be deleted, but for different reasons. This article reference PMOS and/or NMOS logic which has not been manufactured for over 30 years. Most chips today use CMOS logic and typically do not use this form of clock circuit. This article is either obsolete or due for an extreme makeover. -- (talk) 01:57, 21 February 2011 (UTC)
Yeah, let's delete everything older than 25 years... -- idiot. (talk) 16:08, 2 May 2011 (UTC)