I have a repeating analog waveform and I'd like to make a circuit that gives me an OK light if it indeed it's repeating without change. The circuit just checks if a V point is repeating with the same time period.
For example: If the frequency changes... no ok light. If there is no signal ...no ok light. If the signal locks high ..no ok light.. If the signal is overdistorted...no ok light If the signal is repeating just right...ok light..
So far I've roughly come up with this: A window comparator output supplies D input to a D flip flop which is clocked by a 555 as a monostable which triggers at some voltage point.
I'm interested if somebody used a different circuit for a similar problem. Maybe there's an IC that does this already?? D from BC