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T-Flip Flops And Monostable Circuits EXPLAINED!04:36

T-Flip Flops And Monostable Circuits EXPLAINED!

A video explaining how monostable circuits work.

A monostable circuit is a simple circuit that converts a sustained signal into a short pulse. These are useful for button-activated machines and machines where you want the same action performed whether a switch is flipped on or off.

There are three types of monostable circuits:

  1. Rising-edge monostable circuits send a pulse when their input changes from off to on.
  2. Falling-edge monostable circuits send a pulse when their input changes from on to off.
  3. Dual-edge monostable circuits send a pulse when their input changes from off to on, or on to off.

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