Colpitts oscillator


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Colpitts oscillator

[′kōl‚ṗits ‚äs·ə‚lād·ər]
(electronics)
An oscillator in which a parallel-tuned tank circuit has two voltage-dividing capacitors in series, with their common connection going to the cathode in the electron-tube version and the emitter circuit in the transistor version.
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Figure 1 shows the schematic of a high temperature Colpitts oscillator built aroundaccording to "Wireless Telemetry Electronic Circuitry for Measuring Strain in High Temperature Environments.
Lindberg, "Numerical investigation and experimental demonstration of chaos from two-stage chaotic Colpitts oscillator in the ultrahigh frequency range", Nonlinear Dyn.
Ran, "Simulation and experimental evaluation of the radar signal performance of chaotic signals generated from a microwave Colpitts oscillator," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
Ran, "Ambiguity functions of direct chaotic radar employing microwave chaotic Colpitts oscillator," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
1] form a single-ended Colpitts oscillator with the current source [M.
The CXA3108Q also incorporates a unique differential Colpitts oscillator circuit, allowing this device to provide a stable oscillator signal with no parasitic oscillation over the wide band of 1.
First, a Colpitts oscillator topology presented in [1] is proposed as in Fig.
4c, applying an impulse at the positive or negative peak of the output voltage of the Colpitts oscillator (point A in Fig.
Similar to discussion for A-ISF behavior done for the Colpitts oscillator, applying an impulse at the positive or negative peak of the output voltage of the ring oscillator (point A in Fig.
The transistor current of the Colpitts oscillator in Fig.
The mechanism of synthesizing a hyperchaotic oscillator by use of two coupled chaotic Colpitts oscillators is discussed in [11].
Lindberg, "Hyperchaos in coupled Colpitts oscillators," Chaos, Solitons and Fractals, Vol.