Monostable circuit

A monostable circuit is an electronic circuit that is triggered by an event and then returns to its original state after a delay. The delay is determined by the RC time constant of the circuit. Monostable circuits are often used to generate short pulses or to debounce switches. How do you make a rising edge … Read more


Debouncing is a technique often used to clean up switch inputs. When a switch is pressed, the input signal can often bounce around for a short period of time before settling at the new, pressed state. This bouncing can cause issues if the switch is being used to trigger an action, since the action may … Read more