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Resistor 64 insures that when the disabling-enabling circuit output drops, it pulls the voltage level at the junction of resistor 66 and diode 68 down with it. Which should explain why I do not consider these to be two to be distinct types of circuit! This action is cumulative with fast switching resulting. I have a lot of this type of circuit, there is a lot to say.

When the voltage at terminal 16 drops, this change is coupled by means of capacitor 24 to terminal 12, carrying terminal 12 well below the level for maintaining terminal 16 in a relatively negative condition.

Then you can get tristables – and one circuit I shall introduce is a ‘donkey simulator’ where 3 transistors are combined to make 3 separate astable mulivibrators! Meanwhile, transistor 34 has ceased conduction, and the voltage at the collector thereof rises, this rise being supplied through emitter-follower transistor 46 to terminal The only external components required comprise the timing circuitry including capacitor 24 and resistors 20 and The voltage levels at terminals 16 and 18 are interchanged at time t 2.

When the output at terminal 16 drops in voltage, this voltage change is transmitted to terminal 12, enhancing fast switching. A circuit which I find pretty boring but, if I don’t introduce it first, how am I to elaborate on all its more interesting relatives? Since the voltage across capacitor 24′ cannot change immediately, the relatively negative output at terminal 16′ is applied to the junction between resistor 76 and capacitor 24′ for holding the gate 10′ in the state for temporarily continuing the relatively negative output at terminal 16′.

Then, when input 72 goes positive, and terminal 18 is released by the disabling-enabling circuit, terminal 18 immediately becomes relatively negative. The output pulse produced by the monostable multivibrator thus starts with an input triggering signal and ends when capacitor 24′ is charged substantially to the clamp voltage. However, when input 72 becomes relatively positive, the output at terminal 60 becomes relatively negative whereby the astable multivibrator including gate 10 produces a series of output pulses.


The “or” output is not utilized in this particular instance. In this instance, input terminal 14 is connected to a reference voltage whereby the input applied at terminal 12 alone functions to operate the gate.

4QD-TEC: Multivibrators and Relaxation Oscillator Circuits

There are also a lot of other oscillator circuits which aren’t quite conventional multivibs or relaxation oscillators. In addition, means for coupling input triggering pulses, such means here asttable capacitor 84, is disposed between circuit input terminal 86 and gate input terminal 12′.

Under these conditions, the division of voltage along voltage divider 66, 68, 62, 64 is such that ocurs voltage at the tap between components 66 and 68 is at least as high or higher than the normal maximum voltage appearing at terminal 18 during normal astable multivibrator operation. So the circuit switches between two states, Tr1 on Tr2 off and Tr2 on Tr1 off.

The values shown will give a frequency around 1kHz 0. Operation is also found to be stable with temperature. The fact that it can be ‘flopped’ back again leads to another term ‘flip-flop’ – but you can call an astable an astable flip-flop! An identical but complementary circuit results.

Both varieties oscillate – so too does the circuit below. Electronics Circuits Reference Archive Multivibrators, relaxation oscillators and their allies. Here’s another very simple circuit which oscillates well, even if it gives a lousy waveform! 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.

It aastable another object of the present invention to provide an improved multivibrator comprising conventional gate aetable and which is more economical with regard to initial cost of components as well as with respect to cost astabls interconnection thereof when compared with conventional gate circuit multivibrators.

Have you been taught that courz need voltage gain to make an oscillator? So let’s take our first two complementary multivibs and re-arrange them a bit The ‘astable multivibrator’ to give this circuit its ‘proper’ name was invented in the days of valves and was common with early germanium transistors. Therefore adjustment of resistor 22 changes the discharging and charging rate depicted at 26 and 28 in FIG.


Meaning of “multivibrateur” in the French dictionary

The second circuit shows one way round this. Thus, state of the art multivibrator operating speeds are achieved according to the present invention with commercially available integrated circuit gates. The stage comprises transistors 34 and 36 having their emitters connected together and returned to a common negative voltage point through resistor The chain of output pulses may be started and stopped by the disabling-enabling circuitry with a minimum of interference with the desired waveform thereof.

No – not at all: Ocurs 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.

It is a further object of the present invention to provide a astsble constructed from readily available semiconductor integrated gate circuitry, which operates with optimum speed characteristic of multivibrators utilizing more conventional components.

However, the circuit need not have both “or” and “nor” outputs, but rather only an “or” output is necessary. When a predetermined level is reached by the discharge of capacitor 24, gate 10 starts changing states such that the output at terminal 18 tends to become relatively positive, and the output at terminal 16 tends to become relatively negative.

Resistor 76 couples substantially the vours voltage level to gate input terminal 12′. In the case of such resistor, as in the case of resistors 73 and 74, the total resistance thereof is desirably fairly high. An additional gate may be employed for synchronously enabling and disabling the astable circuit. The circuit according to claim 4 wherein said predetermined voltage level is higher than the highest level normally provided at said inverted output in the absence of said second gate circuit by the highest zstable normally present across said timing capacitor.

The multivibrator according to claim 1 wherein said “or-nor” gate includes a second input terminal, said second input terminal being connected to a bias voltage point. If you want to draw a multivibrator so it confuses an engineer, try astble circuit.