monostable circuit

monostable circuit

[¦män·ō¦stā·bəl ′sər·kət]
(electronics)
A circuit having only one stable condition, to which it returns in a predetermined time interval after being triggered.
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1] monostable circuit provides at its output very short-time pulses, which indicates the input [u.
1] monostable circuit output are also applied to the [M.
The shaper circuit is realized with the voltage comparator I1 of type LM 339 whereas the monostable circuits are made in the circuits [I.