I discovered I could easily make an H-bridge (or something that effectively behaved as one) by cross coupling the inputs of two op amps. So for op amps 1 and 2, 1+ is connected to 2- and 1- is connected to 2+. This worked great, but since I am not really amplifying a signal so much as comparing them, this seemed like a better job for comparators. However, when I tried the same thing with comparators, it did not work. After studying comparators a bit, I realized the problem had to do with the fact that a comparator's output cannot not reverse polarity like an op amp, but can only act as a switch. I get the feeling I would need four comparators for this to work, but I could use some help. Since I am using them in an odd way, the recourses online did hot help much.
My comparator is LM2903P. My op amp is TL082.
Here is the circuit I am using:
It is being used as a multivibrator. I would like to be able to get higher frequencies, so being able to use comparators would be useful.