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LINEAR_VCO

Published:2009/7/14 4:40:00 Author:May

LINEAR_VCO
Two sections of LM3900 quad linear opamp provide linear response for inputs of 2-12 VDC, Circuit can be adjusted with 1-megohm pot so 4-V input produces 400-Hz square wave at output, 5 V gives 500 Hz, etc. First opamp is connected as integrator and second as Schmitt trigger. When Schmitt output is high, transistor is turned on and diverts current away from noninverting input so integrator output ramps down toward ground.-C. Sondgeroth, More PLL Magic, 73 Magazine, Aug. 1976, p 56-59.   (View)

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COLLECTOR_VOLTAGE_CONTROL_AFC_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/15 3:36:00 Author:Jessie

COLLECTOR_VOLTAGE_CONTROL_AFC_OSCILLATOR
Afc input signal acts through series resistor to vary collector voltage of 40.Mc oscillator. Sensitivity is 2.5 Mc per V. Bias network adjustment is critical.-T. P. Prouty, Using Varactors to Extend Frequency-Control Range, Electronics, 36:45, p 48-49.   (View)

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VARACTOR_CONTROLLED_40_MC_OSCILLATOR_

Published:2009/7/15 3:35:00 Author:Jessie

VARACTOR_CONTROLLED_40_MC_OSCILLATOR_
Oscillator transistor also acts as a d-c amplifier between afc input and varactor diode to give electronic tuning over range of 11 Mc with sensitivity of 5.8 Mc per v.-T. P. Prouty, Using Varactors to Extend Frequency-Control Range, Electronics, 36:45, p 48-49.   (View)

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EMITIER_CURRENT_CONTROL_40_MC_AFC_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/15 3:34:00 Author:Jessie

EMITIER_CURRENT_CONTROL_40_MC_AFC_OSCILLATOR
Error signal, usually derived from external discriminator, is applied in series with base bias network to give sensitivity of about 1.5 Mc per v and nearly straight voltage-frequency characteristic.-T. P. Prouty, Using Varactors to Extend Frequency-Control Range, Electronics,36:45, p 48-49.   (View)

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TRIGGERED_BLOCKING_OSCILATOR

Published:2009/7/14 4:20:00 Author:May

TRIGGERED_BLOCKING_OSCILATOR
Gives pair of output pulses, with opposite polarity, for controlling timing and spacing of flashes.-P. Scott, Microflash and Pulse Stimulator Tests Human Optical Response, Electronics, 34:27, p 48-51.   (View)

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HYSTERESIS_AND_DELAY_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/15 4:59:00 Author:Jessie

HYSTERESIS_AND_DELAY_OSCILLATOR
Separate noninteracting frequency and duty-factor controls permit construction of simple telemetry oscillators having inherently linear transfer function. Absolute synchronization of independent and dependent variables is obtainable with relatively simple pulse-generating circuits. Synchronization cannot be lost. Average value of threshold voltage is maintained constant. Adjustment of hysteresis gap width moves threshold voltage limits symmetrically about average value. Resistance portion of RC delay is switched from positive to negative voltage symmetrically also. Article covers circuit operation in detail.-W. H. Swain, True Digital Synchronizer Employs Hysteresis-and-Delay Element, EDN Magazine, Jan. 1, 1971, p 33-35.   (View)

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CURRENT_CONTROLLED_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/14 4:06:00 Author:May

CURRENT_CONTROLLED_OSCILLATOR
Makes use of proportional relationship between input current li and amplifier input bias current lABC of CA3094 programmable opamp. Linearity is within 1% over middle half of characteristic. Circuit can be used for voltage input if voltage is applied to pin 5 through appropriate dropping resistor R. Output is square wave. - Circuit Ideas for RCA Linear ICs, RCA Solid State Division, Somerville, NJ, 1977, p4.   (View)

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21_2125_MHz_with_VFO

Published:2009/7/14 3:50:00 Author:May

21_2125_MHz_with_VFO
Developed for low-power CW work in 15-meter amateur band. Colpitts oscillator Q1 runs continuously at 10.5-10.625 MHz during transmit and receive, for good frequency stability, so VF0 frequency must be shifted away from operating frequency during receive periods. Supply is 12 V at 1.3 A. C6 is 4-53.5 pF. RFC4 is 16turns No. 28 enamel, RFC5 is 11 turns No. 22, and RFC6 is 6 turns No. 22, each on Amidon FT-50-61 core. Article covers construction and tune-up.-J. Rusgrove, A 15-Meter Goober Whistle, QST, Jan. 1976, p 16-19.   (View)

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80_METER_VFO

Published:2009/7/14 3:42:00 Author:May

80_METER_VFO
Used in place of crystal-con- trolled oscillator in low-power (QRP) amateur -transmitter. Tuning range is 1750-1875 kHz in 160-meter band. Colpitts oscillator uses JFET Q5 with series-tuned tank for good stability. Q6 provides isolation between oscillator and push-push class C doubler amplifier stage. Doubling gives desired 80-meter output.-D. DeMaw and J. Rusgrove, Learning to Work with Semicon-ductors, QST, Oct. 1975, p 38-42.   (View)

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VOLTAGE_CONTROLLED_0_1_KC_OSCILLATOR__

Published:2009/7/15 20:51:00 Author:Jessie

VOLTAGE_CONTROLLED_0_1_KC_OSCILLATOR__
VOLTAGE_CONTROLLED_0_1_KC_OSCILLATOR__

Pulse-counting discriminator in feedback loop gives adequate linearity for computing applications. As input voltage rises from 0 to 10 mV, oscillator output frequency rises proportionally.-N. W. Bell and V. Chiunti, Voltage-Controlled Oscillator Uses Negative Feedback,Electronics.35:11,p65-65.   (View)

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INDUCTION_HEATER_POWER_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/14 3:30:00 Author:May

INDUCTION_HEATER_POWER_OSCILLATOR
Circuit includes power supplies for oscillator and keyer bias.-R. E. Mathews and F. R.Sias, Jr., Testing Space Craft with Induction Heaters, Electronics, 35:34. P,38-41.   (View)

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ISOLATION_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/14 3:25:00 Author:May

ISOLATION_OSCILLATOR
ISOLATION_OSCILLATOR

Used to isolate duty-cycle generator induction heater control system from pulser of power oscillator.-R.E.Mathews and F. R. Siad, Jr., Testing Space Craft with Induction Heaters,Electronics,35:34,p 38-41.   (View)

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DIFFERENTIAL_D_C_AMPLIFIER_CONTROLS_23O_KC_C_W_RADAR_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/15 5:06:00 Author:Jessie

DIFFERENTIAL_D_C_AMPLIFIER_CONTROLS_23O_KC_C_W_RADAR_OSCILLATOR
Combined output of two detectors in dual-mode cavity, having typical discriminator S curve, is amp lified by four transistors in differential d-c circuit and applied to oscillator through emitter-follower to make output voltage swing up to 20%. Voltage sextupler applies step-up voltage to reflector of klystron, to maintain klystron frequency constant within 0.2 Mc.-H. D. Raynes, C-W Radar Measures Artillery Ballistics, Electronics, 37:1, p 31-33.   (View)

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TV_HORIZONTAL_SWEEP_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/15 5:05:00 Author:Jessie

TV_HORIZONTAL_SWEEP_OSCILLATOR
Cathode-couped multivibrator includes noise-immunizing tuned circuit in plate circuit of 'triode.-C. L. Barsony, Graphical Checkout of Multivibrator Design, Electronics, 33:8, p 55-57.   (View)

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GATE_OPENING_100_KC_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/15 21:50:00 Author:Jessie

GATE_OPENING_100_KC_OSCILLATOR
Output voltages are taken across r-f chokes in collector circuits, for controlling number gates of crt display that creates handwritten numerals.-R L. White. Forming Handwritten like Digits on CRT display. Electronics,32:11,p138-140.   (View)

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RING_TYPE_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/15 23:47:00 Author:Jessie

RING_TYPE_OSCILLATOR
After core-setting current is removed, pulse output of Q1 is followed by output of Q2 after delay of 100 microsec to 3 sec, depending primarily on input voltage and core size. No separate drive oscillator is required when used as ring counter.-J. M. Marzolf, Magnelic-Core Ring Counter Needs No Drive, Electronics, 35:12, p 52-53.   (View)

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WARBLE_TONE_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/13 23:13:00 Author:May

WARBLE_TONE_OSCILLATOR
Originally used for microwave transmitter testing, this warble oscillator produces a tone that jumps between two frequencies.   (View)

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7_71_MHz_VFO

Published:2009/7/13 22:51:00 Author:May

7_71_MHz_VFO
JFET Q1 serves as oscillator, with frequency determined by C2, L2, CR2, and CR3; diodes operate in reverse-bias regions as voltage-variable capacitors. Amount of reverse bias applied by R2 determines capacitance and frequency. VFO operates on both transmit and receive; on transmit, no voltage is applied to VFO offset circuit R1-C1-CR1 so it has little effect on oscillator, 0n receive, +12 V applied to R1 makes CR1 conduct and places C1 across frequency-determining network to shift VFO about 100 kHz away from operating frequency so receiver will not be blocked. Q2 is buffer between oscillator and transmitter. VR1 provides regulated 9.1 V for oscillator and buffer. (Project was named after chopped beef can in which it was mounted.)-J. Rusgrove, The CB Slider, OST, March 1977, p 15-17.   (View)

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4224_MHz_CRYSTAL_OSCILLATOR

Published:2009/7/13 22:05:00 Author:May

4224_MHz_CRYSTAL_OSCILLATOR
Uses 105.6-MHz crystal oscillator followed by frequency-doubling stages to give desired output for driving external diode-type tripler for which circuit is also given in article, Developed for use in 1296-MHz SSB transceiver for 23-cm amateur band.-H. P. Shuch, Easy-to-Build SSB Transceiver for 1296 MHz, Ham Radio, Sept. 1974, p 8-23.   (View)

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6545_6845_MHz_VFO

Published:2009/7/13 22:03:00 Author:May

6545_6845_MHz_VFO
Covers 40-meter amateur band of transceiver for SSB and CW with stable incremental tuning circuit using Motorola MV1654 varactor diode CR3. Tuner permits up to 10-kHz offset above or below VFO frequency. Varactor control voltage is set by offset tuning control R3. R4 compensates for differences in varactors and adjusts VFO for zero off-set. Output buffering is provided by Q6 and Q7, with 07 also serving as power amplifier for balanced mixer used in companion exciter of transmitter. S2 activates receiver offset. Relay K1 automatically turns off offset when receiver is in transmit or standby mode, Offset feature is needed only if there is frequency difference between transmitted and received signals. L4 has 5 turns No. 22 on 1/2-inch slug-tuned ceramic form.-W. J. Weiser, Simple SSB Transmitter and Receiver for 40 Meters, Ham Radio, March 1974, p 6-20.   (View)

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