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a question about the principle of por

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wuwuwengong

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i don`t understand about the principle of por-pg ,if the RC consist of a delay generation porition , what `s the "delay" `s function of pulse generation portion
 

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It is to provide additional delay and in case of slowly rising supply voltage.
If Your ramping time of supply is nearly same as RC time constant then without that delay unit the POR would not work
If it is not clear you could ping me again
 

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thanks ,now i konw it. the RC is to provide the reset time and the delay in pulse generation is to provide a time pulse for por .
 

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Just imaging Vdd going up faster that the RC can follow. Then, the twon inverters have a known state and both inputs of the EXOR have the same value, making its output to be "0". When the voltage accros the capacitor is enough to make the first inverter to toggle, the the second inverter does it and then one of the EXOR inputs changes its state. This makes the EXOS to toggle its output. Once the signal has propagated also through the delay element, both EXOR inputs have again the same value, making the EXOR output to be "0" again. So, the EXOR output made a short (the length of the delay element) positive pulse used as POR.

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