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Square Wave Generator with Voltage-Controlled Frequency Based on Universal Current Conveyor

Originální název

Square Wave Generator with Voltage-Controlled Frequency Based on Universal Current Conveyor

Anglický název

Square Wave Generator with Voltage-Controlled Frequency Based on Universal Current Conveyor

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A novel square wave generator (relaxation oscillator) with controllable frequency is described. It employs two universal current conveyors (UCC) and grounded passive elements. The generator includes integrator with two integration capacitors that alternate in charging which results in linear and precise control of frequency by voltage. New implementation of UCC with attractive properties in CMOS 0.18 um technology is also presented. Computer simulations in PSpice environment confirm the theoretical assumptions.

Anglický abstrakt

A novel square wave generator (relaxation oscillator) with controllable frequency is described. It employs two universal current conveyors (UCC) and grounded passive elements. The generator includes integrator with two integration capacitors that alternate in charging which results in linear and precise control of frequency by voltage. New implementation of UCC with attractive properties in CMOS 0.18 um technology is also presented. Computer simulations in PSpice environment confirm the theoretical assumptions.

BibTex


@article{BUT97936,
  author="David {Kubánek} and Fabian {Khateb} and Kamil {Vrba}",
  title="Square Wave Generator with Voltage-Controlled Frequency Based on Universal Current Conveyor",
  annote="A novel square wave generator (relaxation oscillator) with controllable frequency is described. It employs two universal current conveyors (UCC) and grounded passive elements. The generator includes integrator with two integration capacitors that alternate in charging which results in linear and precise control of frequency by voltage. New implementation of UCC with attractive properties in CMOS 0.18 um technology is also presented. Computer simulations in PSpice environment confirm the theoretical assumptions.",
  address="SIGMA-NOT",
  chapter="97936",
  institution="SIGMA-NOT",
  number="2a",
  volume="2013",
  year="2013",
  month="february",
  pages="191--194",
  publisher="SIGMA-NOT",
  type="journal article - other"
}