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Analytical evaluation of the components necessary for double reactance compensation of an oscillator

Analytical evaluation of the components necessary for double reactance compensation of an oscillator

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A method is established by which the components necessary for double reactance compensation of an oscillator may be exactly calculated. Using values of components calculated by this means, tuning curves are derived for particular doubly-compensated oscillators and are compared with the corresponding curves for singly-compensated and uncompensated oscillators.

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