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VCC (supply voltage) is used to denote the positive voltage supply in a circuit. This may come directly from a battery or other power source, or may be the output of a voltage regulator. In modern CMOS circuitry VDD is sometimes also used to denote the positive supply.

(VCC stands for Voltage at Common Collector)

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