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== Types of Oscillator ==
 
== Types of Oscillator ==
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=== Armstrong ===
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The Armstrong oscillator is distinguished by the use of a "tickler coil". In the circuit below, L2 is the tickler coil andis inductively coupled to L1, proving some regeneration to the input of the transistor.
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[[Image:Armstrong oscillator.jpg| 400px]]
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=== Hartley ===
 
=== Hartley ===

Revision as of 23:23, 5 September 2009

Related wiki pages Amplifier Design, Power Supply Design.

Fundamentals

Types of Oscillator

Armstrong

The Armstrong oscillator is distinguished by the use of a "tickler coil". In the circuit below, L2 is the tickler coil andis inductively coupled to L1, proving some regeneration to the input of the transistor.

Armstrong oscillator.jpg


Hartley

Colpitts

Electronic Theory
Physical quantities Current * Gain * Impedance * Power * Q of a circuit * Radiated Power Measurement * Reactance* Resistivity * Resonance * Voltage
Components Baluns * Bipolar-Junction Transistors * Capacitors * Diodes * Inductors* Lasers * Microphones * Resistors * Transformers * Wire
Circuits Attenuators * Digital Signal Processing (DSP) * Dummy load * Filters * LC filters * Power Supply Design * Rectifier Circuits
Design Amplifier Design * Oscillator Design
Electromagnetic Waves Relative power (Decibels) * Harmonics * Interference and BPL

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