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One Shot Monostable Circuits

555 One Shot: Basic555 MonoStable Multivibrator

555 Timer Mono Stable Circuit using Pushbutton

Astable Multivibrator

Basic 555 Monostable:

Circuit forms adjustable bipolar clamp: 11/22/2001 EDN - Design Ideas / The easy way to clamp a signal to a given value is to use two zener diodes, connected back-to-back. This method has several disadvantages. The accuracy of the clamping depends on the tolerance of the zener diodes, and the clamping is not adjustable, except by changing diodes.

Controller IC and one shot form resonant controller: 11/28/2002  EDN - Design Ideas /  Resonant power supplies are popular because of high efficiency, low noise, and compactness. You can implement a resonant buck or boost converter using a single switch. The regulation of the output in such a converter derives from using a constant on or off time and a variable frequency.

Discrete Set / Reset Flip Flop:

Dual One Shot Makes Rising and Falling Edge Detector: 03/04/99 EDN-Design Ideas / PDF contains multiple circuits - scroll to find this circuit.

Experimental Data Transmitter for Fiber optics:

MonoStable Flip Flops (One Shot):

Monostable Makes Low Cost F/ Volt Converter: 02/18/99 EDN-Design Ideas / PDF contains multiple circuits - scroll to find this circuit

Monostable Multivibrator:

NE555 Basic Monostable:

One shot provides frequency discrimination: 05/01/03  EDN-Design Ideas / You use a frequency discriminator to compare one signal frequency with another one. A functional feature, retriggering, of a monostable, one-shot 74xx123 multivibrator can yield frequency discrimination.

One Shot Remembers Input Pulse Width: 07/18/96  EDN-Design Ideas 

OneShot Timing Improves Microprocessor Reset Circuit : 10/28/02 Electronic Design - Ideas for Design / Many microprocessor-based products require a manual-reset capability that allows the user, test technician, or external circuitry to reboot the system without a full power-down/power-up cycle.

Repeating One Shot yields Clean, StablePulses: 12/08/94 EDN-Design Ideas

Repeating oneshot yields Clean, Stable Pulses: 12/08/94 EDN-Design Ideas

Slow OpAmp Makes Fast Multivibrator: 01/01/98 EDN-Design Ideas


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