How to extend a pulse signal from a pico second to 10 nano seconds

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kintaro

Joined Jun 1, 2022
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I have a pulse signal that is very short (around a pico second)
How do I extend it to like a 10n sec?
using either digital or analog circuit components
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MrChips

Joined Oct 2, 2009
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There is a circuit called monostable multivibrator that is designed to do this.
However, you do need to tell us what is generating 1ps pulse, the voltage amplitude and impedance of the driver.
I think you want to look at a pulse stretcher circuit based on ECL (emitter coupled logic) design.

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DickCappels

Joined Aug 21, 2008
9,513
Picoseconds? A micro-micro second? Are you sure about that? For a rise time in that range you would be looking at 100 GHz. Maybe this belongs in a physics discussion rather than an electronics discussion.
 
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