So I would recommend taking a look at the link that crutschow posted, if you haven't already, and see if that satisfies you. If not, then by all means come back and try to post a question or three that get at what part of the operation is vexing you. That should provide much better targeted help to address your confusion.not a homework problem ,seen this somewhere and wanted to understand it
Assuming Q-left comes on first the collector moves toward +9 , discharging C-left, holding Q-right off. Eventually the capacitor drains and the resistor R-right pulls the base of Q-right to ground, turning it on. This discharges C-right, turning Q-left off. Eventually C-left discharges and resistor R-left turns Q-left back on which turns Q-right off ... all the magic is in the timing of the capacitors and the base resistors.
Emulate? Only ten parts. Build it.To me, this circuit is a perfect candidate for simulation in LTspice that the OP could use as a playground, so that he could see for himself what would happen if he were to change or tweak the values of the components, and learn something along the process.
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