In last log I forgot to mention other 2 "fake" ternary blocks that were used in TRIADOR simulation in Logisim. In real life ternary selector can work both as multiplexer and as demultiplexer (because it's physically connecting wires and it doesn't matter which way current is flowing), but in Logisim it has to be 2 separate circuits, so this is ternary demux for Logisim:
and this one is "ternary clock" (only one instance of it exists in TRIADOR model for Logisim):
It produces clock sequence ONOPONOP (in real circuit simple sine or triangle signal will do the same).
Ternary ROM ;)
and even converter from triad to 7-segment indicator (as per previous log):
P.S. e12 and e21 are simplified ternary muxes where 2 first or 2 last inputs are identical:
In 2010 I called them "Element 12" and "Element 21" (or XYY and XXY) and they are existing by itself because it's simpler than full-scale ternary mux - one DG403 chip could be connected as 2 E12 or as 2 E21 (when 2 DG403 can do only 2 ternary muxes):