Publication detail

Versatile Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Current and Voltage Conveyor

KOTON, J. HERENCSÁR, N. VRBA, K. CICEKOGLU, O.

Original Title

Versatile Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Current and Voltage Conveyor

English Title

Versatile Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Current and Voltage Conveyor

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper describes a precision full-wave rectifier of minimal configuration that is able to process both low voltage and low current signals. The behavior of the proposed rectifier is compared with the opamp based circuit by evaluating their DC value transfers and RMS errors. Furthermore, experimental measurements were performed that shown the feasibility of the new circuit to process signal up to 100 kHz and beyond with no or small distortion.

English abstract

This paper describes a precision full-wave rectifier of minimal configuration that is able to process both low voltage and low current signals. The behavior of the proposed rectifier is compared with the opamp based circuit by evaluating their DC value transfers and RMS errors. Furthermore, experimental measurements were performed that shown the feasibility of the new circuit to process signal up to 100 kHz and beyond with no or small distortion.

Keywords

precision full-wave rectifier, current conveyor, voltage conveyor

RIV year

2010

Released

08.09.2010

Publisher

University of West Bohemia

Location

Plzeň

ISBN

978-80-7043-865-7

Book

Proc. Int. Conf. Applied Electronics 2010

Pages from

175

Pages to

178

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT35281,
  author="Jaroslav {Koton} and Norbert {Herencsár} and Kamil {Vrba} and Oguzhan {Cicekoglu}",
  title="Versatile Precision Full-Wave Rectifier Using Current and Voltage Conveyor",
  annote="This paper describes a precision full-wave rectifier of minimal configuration that is able to process both low voltage and low current signals. The behavior of the proposed rectifier is compared with the opamp based circuit by evaluating their DC value transfers and RMS errors. Furthermore, experimental measurements were performed that shown the feasibility of the new circuit to process signal up to 100 kHz and beyond with no or small distortion.",
  address="University of West Bohemia",
  booktitle="Proc. Int. Conf. Applied Electronics 2010",
  chapter="35281",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="University of West Bohemia",
  year="2010",
  month="september",
  pages="175--178",
  publisher="University of West Bohemia",
  type="conference paper"
}