window comparator using only one op-amp

does anyone know how to design of a window comparator using only one
op-amp...tnx in advance..
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Lee
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I know how to design a comparator, but what is a /window/ comparator?
Lee wrote:
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Darren Eccles
A "comparitor" that compares for a voltage that is within a "window" between X and Y. If the voltage is inbetween, the output is "true", otherwise "false". It's generally done using two comparitors, often with a wired *or* at the output. In it's simplest form:
| | .-. .-. | | | | | | | | |\| '-' '-' IN o-----+-----|-\ | | | | >------+------o Out Y |-------------|-----|+/ O.C. | .-. | |/| | | | | | | | | | '-' | |\| | X |-------------|-----|-\ | .-. | | >------+ | | +-----|+/ O.C. | | |/| '-' |
The output will be high if the input voltage is between X and Y.
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