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On linear inductance- and capacitance-time conversions using NIC-type configurations

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2 Author(s)
Goras, L. ; Tech. Univ. Iasi, Romania ; Marcuta, C.

The problem of linear inductance- and capacitance-time (L/T, C/T) conversion is approached through the systematic study of four approaches to building astable multivibrators using piecewise linear resistances obtained from one operational amplifier (OA) negative impedance converter (NIC) configuration. A new L/T converter with grounded inductance is found. Formulas for the time period taking into consideration the losses as well as the OA saturation output resistance are derived

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Industrial Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 5 )