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Pulse circuit/ded

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Observer Dual Edge Detector

1×1×1 (1 block volume)
1-wide
circuit delay: 1 tick
output pulse: 1 tick

substitute repeater input if used after comparator fader

1-wide Moving-Block Dual Edge Detector

1×4×3 (12 block volume)
1-wide
circuit delay: 1 tick
output pulse: 1 tick

Moving-Block Dual Edge Detector

2×3×4 (24 block volume)
circuit delay: 1 tick
output pulse: 1 tick

The dust on the bottom is to the side of the piston and output.

Dust-Cut Dual Edge Detector (Simple)

1×4×3 (12 block volume)
1-wide
circuit delay: 1 tick (rising edge) or 0 ticks (falling edge)
output pulse: 1.5 ticks (rising edge) or 1 tick (falling edge)

Dust-Cut Dual Edge Detector (Instant)

2×5×3 (30 block volume)
instant
circuit delay: 0 ticks
output pulse: 1.5 ticks (rising edge) or 1 tick (falling edge)

Dust-Cut Dual Edge Detector (1-Wide Instant)

1×6×5 (30 block volume)
1-wide, instant
circuit delay: 0 ticks
output pulse: 1.5 ticks (rising edge) or 1 tick (falling edge)

OR-Gate Locked-Repeater Dual Edge Detector

3×5×2 (30 block volume)
flat, silent
circuit delay: 3 ticks
output pulse: 1 tick

NOR-Gate Locked-Repeater Dual Edge Detector

3×5×3 (45 block volume)
silent
circuit delay: 3 ticks
output pulse: 1 tick

Piston OR-Gate Dual Edge Detector

3×4×2 (24 block volume)
flat
circuit delay: 1.5 ticks
output pulse: 1.5 ticks

Basic Subtraction DED

3×4×2 (24 block volume)
flat, silent
circuit delay: 2 ticks (rising edge) and 4 ticks (falling edge)
output pulse: 2 ticks

Slab-Diode Subtraction DED

3×5×3 (45 block volume)
silent
circuit delay: 1 tick (rising edge) and 3 ticks (falling edge)
output pulse: 1 tick

Twin NOR-Gate Dual Edge Detector

3×5×3 (45 block volume)
silent
circuit delay: 3 ticks (rising edge) and 1 tick (falling edge)
output pulse: 1 tick