A block diagram of an astatic voltage stabilizer is given. The stability of the output voltage from this circuit is determined by the stability of the pedestal frequency f sub 0 and the operating stability of the frequency converter. The pedestal frequency is stabilized by using a quartz oscillator. However, the stability of conventional transistorized relaxation oscillators with magnetic coupling used as frequency converters is less than 0.1%. Frequency, converters of this type are also limited in possibilities for controlling output voltage at a constant pedestal frequency. The author shows that these disadvantages may be overcome by using an inductive relaxation oscillator based on a tunnel diode.A block diagram of an astatic voltage stabilizer is given. The stability of the output voltage from this circuit is determined by the stability of the pedestal frequency f sub 0 and the operating stability of the frequency converter.

Title | : | An Inductive Relaxation Oscillation Based on a Tunnel Diode as a Frequency Converter in an Astatic Voltage Stabilizer |

Author | : | P. P. Treys, FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO. |

Publisher | : | - 1968 |

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