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From: John Devereux
Subject: Re: zero-power toggle circuit; was, how to master electronics
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 13:23:13 +0000
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Terry Pinnell wrote:
>John Devereux wrote:
>>There's nothing wrong with discretes (I hadn't seen Win's
>>post. It's probably better, but required thought and
>>cleverness to design). The CMOS flip-flop was a
>>straightforward example of the sought-after "zero power"
>I must have missed the CMOS flip-flop circuit from Kevin you
He just mentioned the idea.
> But presumably it's similar to this, which in turn I based
>on a circuit from Spehro.
>As you see, its consumption wasn't zero, but I bet it would be much
>lower with more modern versions of the 4013 than the ancient one I
Fair enough. BTW, Did you remember to tie all the unused
inputs to a supply rail?
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