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From: John Devereux
Subject: Re: zero-power toggle circuit; was, how to master electronics
Date: Mon, 18 Nov 2002 08:32:26 +0000
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Terry Pinnell wrote:
>Terry Pinnell wrote:
>>By bad luck my initial choice of MOSFET wouldn't toggle at all. But
>>subsequent tests with a variety of types gave surprisingly
>>inconsistent results. I've shown my test circuit and results at
>>Given that my simulation of Win's earlier circuit (using a similar
>>button-pressing section) seemed 'robust', I'm puzzled why these are
>>relatively erratic. Is it a flaw in my circuit or interpretation? Or
>>is the circuit itself genuinely sensitive?
>Anyone able tp look at this yet please? Win? Wafer? Jonathan? Maybe
>Helmut Sennewald or Mike Engelhardt could try it in SWCAD III?
Why don't you put up the waveforms from the other circuit
nodes, for the failure case?
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