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Dennis Feucht
Content posted in May 2016
The Bootstrapped Astable Multivibrator
Dennis Feucht  
5/17/2016   12 comments
Some time ago, I reverse-engineered a low-cost inverter made by Vector Mfg. (now Black & Decker). It uses a classic 2-BJT astable multivibrator (AMV) but with a circuit design twist, as shown below. What is the purpose of R6?
Optimal Real-Time Microcomputer Architecture
Dennis Feucht  
5/3/2016   Post a comment
Real-time analog-oriented systems often have embedded microcontrollers (Cs), if not DSPs or some synergism of the two.




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