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Articles by Joseph Andrews, RFVCO

Tutorial: VCO Design Explained, Lesson 2

This is the second of a two part series that discusses certain fundamentals in Voltage-Controlled Oscillator design. A voltage controlled oscillator or VCO is an oscillator that can be frequency controlled by an external voltage. The external voltage is called a tuning voltage and it is typically connected to...
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VCO Design Lesson 1

This is the first of a two-part series that discusses certain fundamentals in voltage-controlled oscillator design.
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VCO Design Lesson1

This is the first of a two part series that discusses certain fundamentals in voltage-Controlled Oscillator design.
A voltage controlled oscillator or VCO is an oscillator that can be frequency controlled by an external voltage. The external voltage is called a tuning voltage and it is typically connected to a voltage variable capacitor (varactor) within the resonant oscillator circuit. As the voltage changes, the capacitance of...
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VCO Design Tutorial: Part 1

Introduction A voltage controlled oscillator or VCO is an oscillator that can be frequency controlled by an external voltage. The external voltage is called a tuning voltage and it is typically connected to a voltage variable capacitor (varactor) within the resonant oscillator circuit. As the voltage changes, the capacitance...
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