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Low-distortion Audio-range Oscillator


Generates very low-distortion sine waves up to 1V RMS. No thermistors required - No settling time Circuit diagram:

Parts: P1 P2 R1, R2, R4, R5 R3, R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R13 R16--R20 R21 R22 R23 C1, C6 C2, C7 C3, C8 C4, C9 C5, C10 D1--D4 D5 IC1, IC2 IC3 10K Log. Potentiometer (Dual-ganged) 2K2 Linear Potentiometer 3K3 1/4W Resistors 820R 1/4W Resistors 10K 1/2W Trimmer Cermet 22K 1/4W Resistor Photo resistor (any type) 8K2 1/4W Resistor 2K7 1/4W Resistor 3K3 1/4W Resistors 56K 1/4W Resistor 68K 1/4W Resistor 1K 1/4W Resistor 220pF 63V Polystyrene Capacitors 8n2 63V Polyester Capacitors 82nF 63V Polyester Capacitors 150nF 63V Polyester Capacitors 680nF 63V Polyester Capacitors 1N4148 75V 150mA Diodes LED 5mm. Red NE5532 Low noise Dual Op-amps TL084 Quad BIFET Op-Amp

R11, R12, R14, R15 3K3 1/4W Resistors

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Low-distortion Audio-range Oscillator Generates very low-distortion si...

http://www.radiolocman.com/shem/schematics.html?di=64011

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2 poles 3 ways rotary switch

Producing low-distortion sine waves, this oscillator operates over the range 16 to 22000 Hz. The circuit is based on two articles that have appeared earlier in Wireless World - Roger Rosens' "Phase -Shifting Oscillator", February 1982 pp. 38-41, and J. L. Linsley Hood's "Wien-Bridge Oscillator with low harmonic distortion" from May 1981 pp. 51-53. This design features the simplicity of the Rosens' circuit but avoids the use of a thermistor. Instead, oscillator stability is controlled by means of a common photo-resistor driven by a LED, as suggested in the Linsley Hood article. There is no settling time when the oscillator's frequency is changed and no bouncing of the output waveform. Use of an expensive and sometimes difficult to obtain thermistor is avoided. Technical data: Output voltage: Sine wave, 1V RMS max. Total harmonic distortion @ 1V RMS output: Frequency Reading 100Hz 300Hz 1kHz 3kHz 10kHz Notes: Any common photo-resistor and 5mm red LED can be used, provided they are in close contact and enclosed in a light-proof small box. I used the metal screen of a small IF transformer for AM transistor radios sealed with black insulating tape. The 10K trimmer must be set to obtain a 1V RMS output. The circuit must be supplied by a + and - 15V dual regulated supply. Common 7815 and 7915 regulator ICs should be used for this purpose. redcircuits.com
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