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In this section three active-filter oscillators are analyzed to illustrate their design procedure. 36. 35 A general phase-shift network. 36 47 A simple active-filter oscillator. , loop gain equal to one) is satisfied at o = 1 RC √ R2 R1 Next we consider the use of bandpass filters in the implementation of oscillators. 37 illustrates an oscillator that uses a bandpass filter in the feedback loop. 37 An oscillator using a bandpass filter. 38. 38 An oscillator using a Twin-T filter. 8 Active-Filter Oscillators 49 connected in parallel.
The BJT phase-shift oscillator works well at a frequency below 1 MHz. This is the current-controlled equivalent of the JFET phase-shift oscillator. 10). 34(b), where it was assumed that R1 || R 2 ӷ h ie and 1/h oe = ∞. 33 A phase-shift oscillator using a JFET amplifier. 34 45 (a) A phase-shift oscillator using a BJT amplifier and (b) the phase-shift network. design can be made by neglecting the effects of R C and h ie and the use of a CAD program to optimize the oscillator, it is of interest to show the complexities in the analysis due to their presence in the ac model.
24(a). The op amp is used in an inverting configuration with a gain of −R 2 /R. Thus, the signal experiences a phase shift of −180° through the amplifier, and the phase shift from each RC section is 60° at the frequency of oscillation, for a total phase shift in the feedback path of 180°. , −180° + 180°). If the gain condition is satisfied, the circuit will oscillate at the frequency where the total phase shift is zero. The phase-shift network is composed of three RC sections. The following analysis provides insight into the behavior of the phase-shift network.