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Why is the pulse so short in first place?
We need to know what is "short". 50nS, 20nS, 1nS?? This will change what parts to use.pulse signal with very short width
Please define "wider". 1 second, 1 year, 3.78mS?a wider square signal
He doesn't need a real part, at least not yet. He is working with the Keysight ADS simulator, which either has no documentation, or that documentation has not been scoured for answers. Chances are this is another 1-post thread.We need to know what is "short". 50nS, 20nS, 1nS?? This will change what parts to use.
Here is the IC Papabravo is talking about. 74ls122, 123, or 130. Depending on how you set it up, it will respond to a rising edge or a falling edge. The output will be on for a time set by the Resistor & Capacitor on the RC pin. There are other parts that will do the job.
Please define "wider". 1 second, 1 year, 3.78mS?
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Fifteen to be exact and all by the same person. There does not seem to be any help for him forthcoming. That is why I suggested that he post on a Keysight specific forum if such a thing exists. Member @KeithWalker worked for a predecessor company and assures us that they have excellent and reputable customer support. It seems curious that @achen is not asking for help there. Maybe he his, but we would never know about that.There has been many Keysight ADS post recently.
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