TRANSISTORIZED THYRATRON RING COUNTER


Posted on Feb 5, 2014

Each bistable circuit has two opposite-symmetry germanium transistors, two diodes, and four resistors. Additional transistor Q transfers conducting stage to next position when actuated by transfer pulse. Absence of capacitors gives high-speed operation. No bias current is required from ON stage to keep other stages cut off. -J. A. Pecar, Ring Count


TRANSISTORIZED THYRATRON RING COUNTER
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er Uses Transistors, Electronics, 34:4, p 49-51.




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