Wait Is This a Clock Generator or a Pulse Generator
If It is A Clock Generator..... I Just Got Pwnd viewtopic.php?f=1020&t=190299
Yours is 4x4 (If it is a Clock Generator) While Mine is 5x4
Yours takes what.... 8 repeaters while mine takes 2
I built a 5x3 adjustable/rapid pulser, and it can be wired to resume easily.
all you need to do to start it is place a torch as shown, then remove it.
it can be used at any of the settings, they just need to be matched between the repeaters before starting. (or re-starting)
as for resuming, you can just run a wire under the two repeaters (both, or it locks up) and it (usually) resumes no problem. or, of course, you can just restart with the torch method.
SUPER BONUS: the signal can also be repeated at full speed using repeaters in all directions (I think only one side is full speed if you go north, with the long side going N-S, but I've only tested like once).
FUN FACT: the full speed signal can run repeaters at any setting, allowing it to be the source for several different clocks. also, using it to drive a repeater at the second setting, followed by another at the third yields a steady on signal.
Thanks to ThoughtWolf for inspiring the new, 2x4x2 design with that last post; should have all the same properties.
and still easily started with a torch placed just in front of either repeater. example:
have to get slightly more creative on the resume trigger, but should still be doable...
resuming only seems to work for this one if the section lit by the lower repeater (left side in picture) is lit when you exit/return. so, not as useful if you want to restart it remotely.