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Electronically tunable simple oscillator based on single-output and multiple-output transconductor

Originální název

Electronically tunable simple oscillator based on single-output and multiple-output transconductor

Anglický název

Electronically tunable simple oscillator based on single-output and multiple-output transconductor

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The electronically tunable oscillator with single-output and multiple-output transconductor and with three passive grounded elements is presented and verified in this paper. The active elements are modeled on the transistor level for the possibility to implement whole oscillator on chip. The characteristic equation and condition for oscillation are discussed together with the major influence of the parasitic properties of the active devices. Using the proposed concept an experimental verification employing two commercially available transconductance amplifiers is given via associated time-domain and frequency-domain results.

Anglický abstrakt

The electronically tunable oscillator with single-output and multiple-output transconductor and with three passive grounded elements is presented and verified in this paper. The active elements are modeled on the transistor level for the possibility to implement whole oscillator on chip. The characteristic equation and condition for oscillation are discussed together with the major influence of the parasitic properties of the active devices. Using the proposed concept an experimental verification employing two commercially available transconductance amplifiers is given via associated time-domain and frequency-domain results.

BibTex


@article{BUT48015,
  author="Roman {Šotner} and Jan {Jeřábek} and Jiří {Petržela} and Tomáš {Dostál} and Kamil {Vrba}",
  title="Electronically tunable simple oscillator based on single-output and multiple-output transconductor",
  annote="The electronically tunable oscillator with single-output and multiple-output transconductor and with three passive grounded elements is presented and verified in this paper. The active elements are modeled on the transistor level for the possibility to implement whole oscillator on chip. The characteristic equation and condition for oscillation are discussed together with the major influence of the parasitic properties of the active devices. Using the proposed concept an experimental verification employing two commercially available transconductance amplifiers is given via associated time-domain and frequency-domain results.",
  chapter="48015",
  journal="IEICE Electronics Express",
  number="20",
  volume="6 (2009)",
  year="2009",
  month="october",
  pages="1476--1482",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}