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On the realisation of canonic single-resistance-controlled oscillators using third generation current conveyors

On the realisation of canonic single-resistance-controlled oscillators using third generation current conveyors

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This study presents findings of a search on canonic single-resistance-controlled oscillators (SRCOs) using third generation current conveyors (CCIIIs). From seven identified canonic SRCOs, five are completely new. All seven canonic SRCOs use two CCIIIs, two grounded capacitors and three resistors. The condition of oscillation and frequency of oscillations are decoupled and simple. The workability of the presented oscillator configurations have been confirmed by PSPICE simulation and hardware experiments.

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