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Special Type of Three-Phase Oscillator Using Current Gain Control for Amplitude Stabilization

ŠOTNER, R. LAHIRI, A. JEŘÁBEK, J. HERENCSÁR, N. KOTON, J. DOSTÁL, T. VRBA, K.

Original Title

Special Type of Three-Phase Oscillator Using Current Gain Control for Amplitude Stabilization

English Title

Special Type of Three-Phase Oscillator Using Current Gain Control for Amplitude Stabilization

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

The main aim of this work is to demonstrate the use of electronically controlled second-generation current conveyor in providing electronic control to the condition of oscillation (CO) of a new active RC sinusoidal oscillator. Electronic control of the CO, which is independently set and does not affect the oscillation frequency, is enabled by the use of an auxiliary amplitude control loop to regulate the amplitude and provide very good total harmonic distortion performance. The proposed oscillator employs only one standard second-generation current conveyor, one electronically controlled second-generation current conveyor, five passive elements and is capable to provide three voltage outputs having phase shifts 45 and 90 degrees, if specific design requirements are fulfilled. Similar simple types of oscillators do not provide such features. Non-ideal analysis of the circuit has been also carried out and the proposed oscillator has been verified by both PSpice simulations and experimental measurements using commercially available integrated circuits.

English abstract

The main aim of this work is to demonstrate the use of electronically controlled second-generation current conveyor in providing electronic control to the condition of oscillation (CO) of a new active RC sinusoidal oscillator. Electronic control of the CO, which is independently set and does not affect the oscillation frequency, is enabled by the use of an auxiliary amplitude control loop to regulate the amplitude and provide very good total harmonic distortion performance. The proposed oscillator employs only one standard second-generation current conveyor, one electronically controlled second-generation current conveyor, five passive elements and is capable to provide three voltage outputs having phase shifts 45 and 90 degrees, if specific design requirements are fulfilled. Similar simple types of oscillators do not provide such features. Non-ideal analysis of the circuit has been also carried out and the proposed oscillator has been verified by both PSpice simulations and experimental measurements using commercially available integrated circuits.

Keywords

Three-phase oscillator, special features, electronic control, electronically controllable current conveyor (ECCII), second generation current conveyor (CCII).

RIV year

2012

Released

30.06.2012

ISBN

1992-1950

Periodical

International Journal of Physical Sciences

Year of study

7

Number

25

State

NG

Pages from

3089

Pages to

3098

Pages count

10

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT92824,
  author="Roman {Šotner} and Abhirup {Lahiri} and Jan {Jeřábek} and Norbert {Herencsár} and Jaroslav {Koton} and Tomáš {Dostál} and Kamil {Vrba}",
  title="Special Type of Three-Phase Oscillator Using Current Gain Control for Amplitude Stabilization",
  annote="The main aim of this work is to demonstrate the use of electronically controlled second-generation current conveyor in providing electronic control to the condition of oscillation (CO) of a new active RC sinusoidal oscillator. Electronic control of the CO, which is independently set and does not affect the oscillation frequency, is enabled by the use of an auxiliary amplitude control loop to regulate the amplitude and provide very good total harmonic distortion performance. The proposed oscillator employs only one standard second-generation current conveyor, one electronically controlled second-generation current conveyor, five passive elements and is capable to provide three voltage outputs having phase shifts 45 and 90 degrees, if specific design requirements are fulfilled. Similar simple types of oscillators do not provide such features. Non-ideal analysis of the circuit has been also carried out and the proposed oscillator has been verified by both PSpice simulations and experimental measurements using commercially available integrated circuits.",
  chapter="92824",
  doi="10.5897/IJPS12.267",
  number="25",
  volume="7",
  year="2012",
  month="june",
  pages="3089--3098",
  type="journal article - other"
}