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State-dependent current source stretches timer pulse widths

State-dependent current source stretches timer pulse widths

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A new principle of a state-dependent current source has been presented which can usefully be employed with conventional timer circuits to obtain large time delays. Two schemes employing this principle, one using a Schmitt trigger and the other using a modified monostabic, have been described.

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      • S. Weber . (1965) , Modern digital circuits.
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      • Cleary, O.F.: `GE transistor manual', 1964.
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