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By Raj Senani, D. R. Bhaskar, V. K. Singh, R. K. Sharma

This e-book serves as a single-source connection with sinusoidal oscillators and waveform turbines, utilizing classical in addition to a number of glossy digital circuit development blocks. It presents a state of the art overview of a big number of sinusoidal oscillators and waveform turbines and incorporates a catalogue of over six hundred configurations of oscillators and waveform turbines, describing their suitable layout information and salient functionality features/limitations.
The authors speak about a few attention-grabbing, open study difficulties and comprise a finished number of over 1500 references on oscillators and non-sinusoidal waveform generators/relaxation oscillators.

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6 Oscillator Synthesis Using ÆRLC Models Fig. 28 An economical implementation of RLC resonator-based oscillator 33 r1 R02 C2 Rb r3 R01 C0 r4 Ra r5 Fig. 29 Two alternative ÆRLC models suitable for oscillator synthesis r2 R1 R3 R2 r1 C1 C2 model are combined and simulated by appropriate op-amp RC circuits. For example, an alternative oscillator with only two op-amps results when the parallel RL part of the circuit is simulated by Ford-Girling [103] circuit and then the negative resistance is simulated by another op-amp connected as NIC.

An important point to be noticed is that whereas the Wien bridge and some other oscillators require gain of 3 to maintain sustained oscillations, several others require only half of this gain. Consequently, their maximum frequency range of operation will be nearly twice that of the Wien bridge oscillator for a given gain-bandwidth product of the op-amp employed. a b R1 C2 C1 R3 R2 d e C1 R1 R2 C2 R3 R1 R4 C2 R1 f R2 R1 R4 R3 C1 R4 C2 R2 R3 C2 C2 R2 R4 C1 R3 c C1 R2 R1 C1 R3 R4 R4 Fig. 7 (a–f) The family of canonic single-op-amp oscillators derived by Bhattacharyya, Sundaramurthy, and Swamy [39] 12 1 Basic Sinusoidal Oscillators and Waveform Generators Using IC Building Blocks R3 a R3 b c R3 C2 R1 C2 R2 R1 R4 C1 R2 R4 R2 C1 R1 C2 R4 C1 d e R2 f R1 C2 C2 C1 C1 R2 C1 R1 R2 R3 R3 R4 R4 R3 R1 C2 R4 Fig.

22a. Fig. 1 Analysis Based Upon the Closed-Loop Characteristic Equation It may be recalled that as per the traditional analysis, the circuit can be analyzed to find the CO and FO by determining its open-loop transfer function (OLTF) T (s) from which the Barkhausen criterion is applied by equating jT ð jwÞj ¼ 1 and ∠T ð jwÞ ¼ 0 or integral multiple of 360 . , the original circuit) can be found by equating T (s) ¼ 1. The CO is then the condition under which the roots of the CE can be placed on the imaginary axis of the s-plane (for sustained sinusoidal oscillations) and slightly in the right half of the s-plane (for ensuring the building up of the oscillations).

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