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active low signals.....................?

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hi,
can i know why signals in digital circuits or microprocessors use ACTIVE - LOW signals?
 

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Active- High may be triggered by any induced signals by nearby wires/pins, spikes, etc. Active-LOW is immune to these type of false triggering
 

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can i know why signals in digital circuits or microprocessors use ACTIVE - LOW signals?
by reading the datasheet?
 

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