Delay line has wide duty-cycle range

Posted on May 12, 2012

Today`s digital delay lines can process pulses no shorter than their delay times, and that restriction confines the devices to applications in which the duty cycle remains near 50%. A limited range of available delays (2 to 100 nsec per tap) further limits their use. Longer delay is available with one-shot multivibrators of standard digital-logic families, but those devices do not retain duty-cycle information.

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