Questions tagged [trigger]

A type of oscilloscope sweep in which a *trigger*, or waveform characteristics matching a user-specified condition, will initiate the sweep. A trigger can also be an event, such as a pulse, which causes a circuit to begin performing some action.

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What does edge triggered and level triggered mean?

I am studying 8085 microprocessor architecture and the word edge triggered and level triggered confusing me really very much. Can anyone explain me it in layman's words ? While studying the ...
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Why edge triggering is preferred over level triggering?

I am trying to understand why edge triggering is preferred over level triggering. In my book it is not explained clearly. After searching online I came to know that edge triggering is insensitive to ...
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Turn TTL output of logic IC into output capable of driving 50 ohm devices

I want to provide front-panel trigger signals with the microcontroller inside my device. The trigger signal will be fed via a 50 ohm coax cable to another device with a 50 ohm input. A direct ...
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Remote triggering by using optoisolators

I need to hardware-trigger three modules from a pulse signal source. According to their data-sheet each module requires between 5 to 15V for trigger high and 0 to 5V for low. Each module draw around ...
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Sine wave to square wave - Schmitt trigger

I need to transform a bipolar sine wave (varies from -5 V to 5 V, 1 kHz) to a square wave for further digital processing (0 to 3.3 V), as in this image: The important thing is ...
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Capacitive touchscreen [duplicate]

I am doing project in which I want to perform read and write operation by using a capacitive touchscreen. What I know is I can trigger capacitive touch screen by: By using electromagnet as I heard ...
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Help to build a circuit to trigger event only after input signal changes from “1” to “0”

I'd like to build a kind of logic as shown in the picture ,but I can't do it and I really appreciate if someone can help on that. Basically what I'd like to achieve is that when the input signal ...
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Why modern oscilloscopes use hardware triggering?

I've been learning how DSOs work for the past few days. As far as I understand, digital storage oscilloscopes have trigger circuitry, which usually consists of an analog comparator and a DAC. A ...
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Does CMOS J/K trigger need pull-up resistor

I want to use J/K trigger and I was told that usually IC outputs need pull-up resistor, but if I understand it correctly the following J/K trigger is based on CMOS: TI J/K trigger And it seems to me ...
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Hardware triggering multiple devices from a single source for long distances

I need to trigger remote devices through their hardware trigger inputs simultaneously (within 1 ms) from a single trigger source which has a timer output. So basically the 0/5V pulse-train at around ...
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Trigger modi of an oscilloscope

I'm sure this belongs to the "every once in a while asked again" questions, but I've read several posts on this site and also on other sites and haven't found an answer to two of my questions, yet. ...
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trigger a circuit using one time signal

I'm really new to electronics and I need help. Say I have Line A. I need to control Line A to set it as HIGH or LOW using a one time signal through one input line X or maximum through two lines X and ...