Electronics Engineering

Monostable Multivibrator – Operation, Types and Application

Monostable Multivibrator – Operation, Types and Application: Monostable multivibrator is a two-stage amplifier with two states—one stable state and another quasi-stable state. The circuit has two transistors Q1 and Q2, one being in the offstate, say Q1, and the other, Q2, in the on state preferably in saturation. These transistors remain in this state for …

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Astable Multivibrator – Definition and Types

Astable Multivibrator – Definition and Types: The multivibrator circuit which has no stable state is called the astable multivibrator. The two states of operation of astable multivibrators are quasi-stable (temporary) states. The astable multivibrator, therefore, makes successive transitions from one quasi-stable state to the other one after a predetermined time interval, without the help of …

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Multivibrator definition and Types (Astable, Monostable and Bistable)

Multivibrator definition and Types (Astable, Monostable and Bistable): A multivibrator is basically a two stage R-C coupled amplifier with positive feedback from the output of one amplifier to the input of the other, as illustrated in Fig. 31.16. Multivibrator is a switching circuit and may be defined as an electronic circuit that generates nonsinusoidal waves …

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