TRIGGERING OF THE ECCLES-JORDAN CIRCUIT
YALE UNIV NEW HAVEN CT DUNHAM LAB
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The Eccles-Jordan trigger circuit is considered as essentially a 2- stage dc amplifier in which the output is connected to the input and the over-all dc amplification must therefore be 1. The stability and triggering characteristics of the trigger circuit are analyzed by means of a diagram showing curves of direct output voltage vs direct input voltage of the basic amplifier, together with the line corresponding to equality of input and output voltages. Such a diagram shows clearly the manner in which the stability is affected by biasing voltage. Triggering from one stable state to the other is explained with the aid of dynamic characteristics of output voltage vs input voltage of the amplifier.
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