AN RC delay Circuit

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by Hafiz, Aug 26, 2008.

  1. Hafiz

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    Aug 26, 2008
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    Hi , i need to build an RC delay circuit with the specs given below.
    An input signal with 10KHz and 15 V.
    at the ouput side i need 3 different ouputs having exactly the same signal but output 2 need to be delayed 60 % with respect to output 1 and outpt 3, 60% delayed with respect to ouput 2 while output 1 is the image of input signal.
    Thnx
    A diagram is attached to show what actually i am looking for .
     
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  2. jpanhalt

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    Are you assigned to use RC delays or can you use other methods? Is the input square wave or sine wave?

    For example:
    1) Output 3 is just an inverter function.
    2) If input is sine wave, you can use a peak detector to obtain output 2 (See: http://www.national.com/an/AN/AN-87.pdf, page5)
    3) If you must use RC functions, then I suggest you look into an RC delay into a comparator, which will then snap between states to give the delayed square wave you need. Almost any reference on comparators will show how to do that.

    John
     
  3. Hafiz

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    Aug 26, 2008
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    Hi Jhon
    Thnk you very much for your reply.I can use anyother methods too but i was of the view , a delay can be easily intoduced by adding a RC component to the circuit.Input is a square wave.
    ALso input three is slightly simmilar to the inverted version of input but not exactly the same because if output 2 is 60% delayed to oupt delayed would be 120% delayed as compared to the input.....
    I am going to have a look on RC delays in comparators.
    This circuit is basicaly going to simulate three RPT (rotantion poistional transducers) signal of a motor thats y i need them to be very precise .i.e the delay should be almost the exact.
    thnx
    Hafiz
     
  4. SgtWookie

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    Look up Ring Oscillator. That should give you some ideas.
     
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