What Is a Bistable Device?


A bistable device is the foundation of digital electronics. It is a device that can be in one or two different forms such as on or off, pulse or no pulse. An example of such devices includes the organic bistable device.
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A bistable device is the foundation of digital electronics. A bistable device is a device that can exist in one of two possible states,which could either be on or off.
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