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Threshold behavior of tunnel-diode bistable triggers for linearly varying input pulses

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The threshold behavior of a practical tunnel-diode bistable trigger for trapezoidal and triangular input pulses is analytically studied. The results for a wide range of slopes of pulses are compared under different circuit conditions. It is noted that for slowly varying pulses the minimum overdrive requirement is less (which causes a larger delay) and increases with an increase in the slope.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:60 ,  Issue: 4 )