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Nuts & Volts Magazine (August 2006)

Design Your Own Crystal Oscillator

By Paul Florian    View In Digital Edition  

If you would like a circuit that is useful in obtaining a high-accuracy, low distortion RF source capable of driving a 50 ohm load, then you’ve come to the right place. The circuit in Figure 1 is the schematic for a common collector series tuned Colpitts crystal oscillator.


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