feedback oscillator

feedback oscillator

[′fēd‚bak ‚äs·ə‚lād·ər]
(electronics)
An oscillating circuit, including an amplifier, in which the output is fed back in phase with the input; oscillation is maintained at a frequency determined by the values of the components in the amplifier and the feedback circuits.
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On the other hand, a LNPA, which this paper focuses on designing, is used to obtain a large output signal and low noise figure which can be used in harmonic feedback oscillator as shown in Fig.
A 40mV input voltage is applied to the The charge pump (CP) circuit it generate from the multi feedback oscillator. The charge pump has a 5 stage of inverter, each stage inverter having the energy stored capacitor.
B., "A simple model of feedback oscillator noise spectrum," Proceeding of the IEEE, 329-330, 1966, doi:10.1109/PROC.1966.4682.
Leeson's 1966 paper, " A Simple Model of Feedback Oscillator Noise Spectrum," Proceedings of the IEEE, includes an equation with loaded Q multiplied by frequency offset in the denominator of an expression for noise power.
The classic feedback oscillator lends itself to meeting these requirements, (1) while an MMIC-based implementation results in a low cost solution incorporating ancillary circuits such as buffer amplifiers, a prescaler and a frequency doubler.
Leeson, "A Simplified Model of Feedback Oscillator Noise Spectrum," Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol.
In 1966, Leeson published a formula for the single-sideband (SSB) phase noise of a feedback oscillator that is still widely used.
Leeson, "A Simple Model of Feedback Oscillator Noisy Spectrum," Proceedings of time IEEE, 54, 1966, pp.
Leeson, 'A Simple Model of Feedback Oscillator Noise Spectrum," Proceedings of the IEEE, February 1966, pp.
This paper describes an experimental 3.67 GHz surface mount, permanent magnet biased, YIG-tuned, feedback oscillator. The oscillator's dimensions are 0.385" x 0.510" x 0.155" and weighs 3 grams.
The series feedback oscillator, shown in Figure 3, was designed with conventional linear techniques employing S-parameters.
Inductance feedback oscillators (e.g., Armstrong oscillators and Hartley oscillators);