Logic - Multivibrators

Logic – Multivibrators are electronic circuits that can produce a periodic oscillating signal, often used in digital logic systems to generate clock signals or control timing pulses. They typically consist of a network of resistors, capacitors, and voltage-controlled switches, which work together to create a stable oscillatory output. These circuits can be designed to produce different types of waveforms, such as square waves, triangular waves, or sawtooth waves, and can operate at various frequencies depending on the specific design and component values.

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