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CMOS Projects and Experiments : Fun with the 4093 IC
Looking at the figure we see that the inputs of N1 and N2 are joined together to form logic inverters, just like NOT gates. It means that, any logic level applied to their inputs will be inverted at their outputs. Also, these two gates are connected in series to form a latch configuration with the help of a feedback loop via R5. N1 and N2 will instantly latch the moment it senses a positive trigger at its input. Another gate N3 has been introduced basically to break this latch alternately after every subsequent input pulse. The functioning of the circuit may be further understood with following explanation: How it Works On receiving a pulse at the trigger input, N1 quickly responds, its output changes state forcing N2 to also change state.
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CMOS projects and experiments : fun with the 4093 integrated circuit