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03-14-2006, 01:32 AM
 PMB917 New Member Join Date: Mar 2006 Posts: 5

I'm starting to design the oscillators for my harmonics project. And I forgot how complicated mist sign wave oscillator schematics are. I mean I can do a square wave with a 555 timer, and these sign wave schematics just look scarry. Can anyone reccomend a simple way to make a 5 hz 10v p-p sine wave?
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03-14-2006, 10:52 PM
 hgmjr Super Moderator Join Date: Jan 2005 Location: Tennessee, USA (GMT-6) Posts: 9,030 Blog Entries: 11

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 Originally posted by PMB917@Mar 13 2006, 09:32 PM I'm starting to design the oscillators for my harmonics project.* And I forgot how complicated mist sign wave oscillator schematics are.* I mean I can do a square wave with a 555 timer, and these sign wave schematics just look scarry.* Can anyone reccomend a simple way to make a 5 hz 10v p-p sine wave? Quoted post
Greetings PMB917,

Discover Circuits Website (See sine-wave oscillator in figure 1)

Above is one example of a sine-wave oscillator that may be of interest. There are sevweral other sinewave oscillator circuits on the website that you may want to take a look at.

The link was obtained from www.discovercircuits.com

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