Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation

Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation

In this article we will learn how to make Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation.
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Components which we use in this project are listed below:

  1. Capacitor (1uf)
  2. Hex buffer (40106)
  3. Resistor (22k)
  4. Virtual terminal
  5. Jumper wires

Diagram of this project is below:

Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation
Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation

Construction of Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation

  • Connect the pin A of virtual terminal with the one side of Hex buffer (40106) through the one side of resistor
  • Connect the pin B of virtual terminal with the +ve side of capacitor through the remaining sides of resistor & Hex buffer
  • Connect the –ve side of capacitor with the GND

Working of Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation

A Schmitt trigger oscillator is a type of relaxation oscillator that generates a square wave output signal. It consists of a Schmitt trigger circuit followed by positive feedback through a resistor and a capacitor. The Schmitt trigger circuit is responsible for producing the hysteresis effect, which is crucial for oscillation.

Applications of Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation

  1. Clock Generators
  2. Pulse Generation
  3. Frequency Generation
  4. Frequency Detection
  5. Low-Frequency Timing

Advantages of Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation

  1. Simple Design
  2. Stable Frequency
  3. Square Wave Output
  4. Low Component Count
  5. Low Power Consumption