I'm currently playing around with discrete transistor logic gates and now want to create a tri-state buffer.
The only circuit that I found that kind-of works is this one, but it inverts my input:
Putting an inverter in front of it, will cause the T2 to be open, and therefore connect the output to the ground, which is not really what I want for a tristate buffer.
Putting an inverter behind the gate will cause the output to be connected to ground via the inverter-gate. Also not what I want.
Is there a non-inverting tristate circuit which I can build with NPN/PNP BJT transistors only?