#3 CMOS family?

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nobody
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2007-05-02
2007-05-02
bwana_v
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I think ktechlab is on the right way to become a de facto standard for teaching and developing controller circuits.
When I speak about it I cannot stop saying my counterpart: " It's like having a 40k Euro lab in your pocket". Well done!
My suggestion to improve this jewel is to allow various supply voltages on different buses and support for CMOS family that can work until 18 V. It's very useful where you have to build rather simple logic circuits that have to interface to 12 V actuators.
Hurraah for ktechlab people!

Discussion

  • Jason Lucas

    Jason Lucas - 2007-05-11

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    I've been playing around with the sub-circuits feature in the latest and have so far designed a 4011 Quad 2-Input AND with Vdd and Vss connections. It's based on the MOSFETs and works at any voltage (unlike real CMOS).
    I'll post it on the wiki next week.

    Jason

     
  • bwana_v

    bwana_v - 2007-05-12

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    Thanks a lot!, I'll give it a test next week, I'll try to build from it some flip-flop and will report its behaviour.
    Please could you modify an inverter as it behaves like a 40106 schmitt trigger?
    I use it in more circuits than people does with 555.
    To the next
    Alberto

     

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