# Which of the following circuits converts any arbitrary waveform into square waveform?

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Which of the following circuits converts any arbitrary waveform into square waveform? A) Hartley oscillator B) Schmitt trigger C) Differentiator D) RC phase shift oscillator

Which of the following circuits converts any arbitrary waveform into square waveform? A) Hartley oscillator B) Schmitt trigger C) Differentiator D) RC phase shift oscillator

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