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EECS 142
 Lecture 22: Oscillator Steady-State Analysis
Prof. Ali M. NiknejadUniversity of California, BerkeleyCopyright
c
2005 by Ali M. Niknejad
A.M.Niknejad UniversityofCalifornia, Berkeley EECS142Lecture22 p.1/23
 
Summary of Last Lecture
v
o
v
i
Last lecture we analyzed the small-signal behavior ofthe above circuit. We found that the closed-loop gain isgiven by
(
s
) =
g
m
Rs
LR
1 +
s
LR
(1
A
) +
s
2
LC 
A.M.Niknejad UniversityofCalifornia, Berkeley EECS142Lecture22 p.2/23
 
Review: Role of Loop Gain
The behavior of the circuit is determined largely by
A
,the loop gain at DC and resonance. When
A
= 1
, thepoles of the system are on the
jω
axis, correspondingto constant amplitude oscillation.When
A
<
1
, the circuit oscillates but decays to aquiescent steady-state.When
A
>
1
, the circuit begins oscillating with anamplitude which grows exponentially. Eventually, wefind that the steady state amplitude is fixed.
A.M.Niknejad UniversityofCalifornia, Berkeley EECS142Lecture22 p.3/23

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