chapter 12 _Signal generators and waveform-shaping circuit

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Unformatted text preview: Microelectronic Circuits SJTU Yang Hua Chapter 12 Signal generators and waveform-shaping circuits Introduction 12.1 Basic principles of sinusoidal oscillators 12.2 RC oscillator circuits 12.3 LC and crystal oscillators 12.4 Bistable Multivibrators 12.5 Generation of a standardized pulse-The monostable multivibrator SJTU Yang Hua Microelectronic Circuits Introduction The two The two different different approaches approaches (1) (1) linear oscillators: linear oscillators: employs a positive-feedback loop consisting of an employs a positive-feedback loop consisting of an amplifier and an RC or LC frequency-selective amplifier and an RC or LC frequency-selective network. network. (Section 13.1-3) (Section 13.1-3) ( 2)nonlinear oscillators or function 2)nonlinear oscillators or function generators: generators: The bistable multivibrator(Section 13.4) The bistable multivibrator(Section 13.4) the astable multivibrator the astable multivibrator (Section 13.5) (Section 13.5) the monostable the monostable multivibrator(Section 13.6) multivibrator(Section 13.6) SJTU Yang Hua Microelectronic Circuits The basic structure of sinusoidal oscillators The basic The basic structure structure Amplifier circuit Amplifier circuit realize the energy control realize the energy control Frequency-selective network Frequency-selective network oscillator oscillator frequency is determined frequency is determined Positive feedback loop Positive feedback loop amplitude control amplitude control implementation of the implementation of the nonlinear amplitude-stabilization mechanism nonlinear amplitude-stabilization mechanism f i x x = SJTU Yang Hua Microelectronic Circuits Basic Principles of Sinusoidal Oscillator The oscillator feedback loop The basic structure of a sinusoidal oscillator. A positive-feedback loop is formed by an amplifier and a frequency-selective network. SJTU Yang Hua Microelectronic Circuits Basic Principles of Sinusoidal Oscillator Feedback signal x f is summed with a positive sign The gain-with-feedback is The oscillation criterion: Barkhausen criterion....
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