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Subject: Re: Finding 0 voltage in analog signals

Date: 01/24/02 at 6:45 PM
Posted by: Corry
E-mail: corry@unt.edu
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In Reply to: Re: Finding 0 voltage in analog signals posted by corry on 01/24/02 at 3:03 PM:

Well, I looked up that P/N and stuck it in multisim, and properly set it up in multisim hehe :) (initialliy I didn't...) And it works great :) I have one little flaw in logic but it will only take a little more logic to solve, that problem being when the sine wave is going positive, the opamp triggers at 0 going positive. When the sinewave is falling, the opamp triggers at 0 going negetive. Like I said, just a little extra design work, but no big deal. ThanksCorry


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