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Cheviot
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Posted on Tuesday, 08 November, 2005 - 05:20 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Hello All,
I've read the EPE Oscillator series,and following on from that I want to know more.However there is a lot of junk on the internet,and trying to get a website of(transistor/valve) schematics with a bit of an explanation of all the different oscillators is very mindnumbing!
I know the EPE series didn't have all the schematics.
So to shortcircuit that approach,anyone know of good websites to find this information(or a recommended book)for the novice.
Regards,
Cheviot.
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Microguy
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Posted on Tuesday, 08 November, 2005 - 06:07 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

That's because there's a LOT of oscillator types out there!

I don't have a website for you, but I do have an option.

You should already know of the oscillators you want to know more about from EPE.

Just search for those names on the internet, one by one. It's a bit more work, but I think after a couple of searches, one or two names will keep popping up, and that should be your site.
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Harris584
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Posted on Wednesday, 09 November, 2005 - 12:28 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post Print Post

Try 'Practical Oscillator Circuits' by Andy Flind.
Its a Babani book and only £4.99. I'm sure that it is just what you want!

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