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Sinusoidal Oscillators

  • G. Waterworth
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Part of the Macmillan Work Out Series book series

Abstract

An oscillator is an electronic circuit whose function is to deliver an essentially sinusoidal output waveform even without any input excitation. There are many different circuit configurations, all of which rely on the application of positive feedback to a circuit that is capable of providing amplification.

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© G. Waterworth 1988

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