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MULTIVIBRATEUR – Definition and synonyms of multivibrateur in the French dictionary

This is particularly true for astanle exhibiting high immunity to noise. While I have shown and described several embodiments of my invention, it will be apparent to those skilled in the art that many changes and modifications may be made without departing from my invention in its broader aspects.

If you try and put a larger reverse voltage on the base – the transistor base emitter junction conducts like a zener diode. According to a preferred form of the present invention, gate 54, when in a disabling mode, maintains the voltage at terminal 18 well above the voltage which would appear at terminal 18 during regular astable multivibrator operation.

It is a further object of the present invention to provide an improved monostable multivibrator constructed from a standard gate circuit and which is responsive to an input pulse applied at an input of said gate circuit for operating said axtable multivibrator.

The drop across resistor 62 equals the differential of voltage by which terminal 18 exceeds its regular voltage when disabled, i. The trade-off is that Tr2’s collector waveform is made much worse by the larger C2 reacting with the increased R4. Then, when input 72 goes positive, and terminal 18 is released by the disabling-enabling circuit, terminal 18 immediately becomes relatively negative.

Instead of the transistors alternating now they both switch on together. Astab,e terminal 60 of gate 54 is connected at a tap between resistors 62 and 64 of a voltage divider comprising resistor 66, diode 68, resistor 62, and resistor 64 disposed serially in that order between a positive voltage point and a negative voltage point.

Therefore, the astable multivibrator is free to operate in the previously described manner. The output can be substantially symmetrical wherein a relatively positive output is produced alternatively at terminals 16 and 18 for substantially similar periods of time.

Remember that Tr2 is turned on, so the right end of C2 is clamped to 0v via Tr2. As it does so, C1 will feed this rising voltage into Tr2’s base, helping it to turn on – so the circuit will ‘collapse’ into a state where Tr2 is fully on and Tr1 is fully off. Click for automatic bibliography generation. The presence of capacitor 24′ provides positive feedback action such that as courd input at terminal 12′ starts to exceed the predetermined switching level for the gate 10′, the output at terminal 16′ starts positive, with this positive increase at terminal 16′ being coupled back to the input via capacitor 24′.


Gate 10′ is suitably of the same general type as gate 10, e.

So let’s take our first two complementary multivibs and re-arrange them a bit So the circuit switches between two states, Tr1 on Tr2 off and Tr2 on Tr1 off. A multivibrator circuit utilizing one gate is not only more economical than circuits employing a plurality of gates, but is also faster in operation since the delay of only one gate is involved instead of the delay of two or more.

The clamp diode 78 holds the left-hand side of capacitor 24′ at a level just above the input level at terminal 12′ at which switching takes place. The base of transistor 34, connected to terminal 12, is then well above the bias level connected to the base of transistor 36, such that transistor 34 conducts and draws current through resistors 38 and Thus the gate may comprise a single non-inverting gate, with the output for subsequent circuitry being taken from output terminal 16′ instead of terminal 18′ as shown on the drawing.

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To increase the on time, resistors can be put in series with the capacitors as is courss in the circuit below. In the case of such resistor, as in the case of resistors 73 and 74, the total resistance astsble is desirably fairly high. As Tr2 quickly switches from off to on, its collector falls from Vcc to 0v and by capacitor action the base of Tr1 will be reversed biased from about 0.

But for a lot of simple circuits, consider the supply to be a two lead component a battery. A circuit which changes ‘slowly’ from one level to another at which it resets to the first state and starts changing again.

But transistor base junctions cannot stand a lot of reverse voltage: Now, when a negative triggering pulse 88 ciurs received, astsble same is coupled by capacitor 84 to gate input terminal 12′, and such negative triggering pulse appears substantially across resistor In the instance of the astable multivibrator, a timing capacitor also couples the gate’s “or” output to the gate input, while a charging resistor is disposed between the gate’s “nor” output and the gate input.


R2 ofwhich would suit a transistor having a gain of at least This action is cumulative with fast switching resulting. Yes – this is a slightly different circuit to the above: Assuming the triggering signal is no longer effective, the circuit will be retained in this condition until another triggering input is received.

It will be observed that operation is substantially symmetrical. What exactly is a multivibrator? The output at terminal 18 is now relatively negative, and capacitor 24 discharges through resistors 22 and 20 as illustrated at 26 in FIG.

The way you draw a circuit is important. The stage comprises transistors 34 and 36 having their emitters connected together and returned to a common negative voltage point through resistor The collector of transistor 34 is also connected to the base of emitter-follower transistor 46, the collector of which is tied to a positive voltage and the emitter of which is connected to “nor” output terminal But this only applies for low voltages.

The operation is changed, and sometimes some head scratching is required to see the result! Capacitor 24′ now charges up by means of current supplied through resistors 73 and 74 toward the clamp voltage. Resistor 76 couples substantially the same voltage level to gate input terminal 12′. The voltage at terminal 18 is preferably arranged to be greater than the usual voltage level encountered at the same terminal by the value of voltage which would remain on capacitor 24 at the exact time the astable circuit is ready to switch, during normal operation.

There are many more I have not yet transferred to the computer! An astable multivibrator comprising: When the output at terminal 16 drops in voltage, this voltage change is transmitted to terminal 12, enhancing fast switching. And what is a relaxation oscillator? The capacitor 24 discharges through resistors 22 and 20 toward the relatively negative voltage at terminal 18, executing a full “half-cycle” of operation for the circuit. I say ‘fairly’ reliable because there are a couple of points Gate 54 has first and second input terminals, 58 and 60, the latter being connected to a negative potential whereby the gate operation is entirely governed by the input applied at terminal The values shown will give a frequency around 1kHz 0.

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