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|5/6/2000 7:44 PM|
||Schematic for signal generator?|
I'd seen these mentioned here from time to time but could not locate one. I'm looking for something to put out a 1khz sine wave to use with a scope on a guitar amp.
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|5/6/2000 8:38 PM|
Check your e-mail. Simple circuit that gets the job done.
|5/6/2000 10:02 PM|
Thanks! "Cheap and Cheerful" it is... or was that "Cheep and Chirpful"?
In case anyone else wants the schematic is there an URL that can be posted?
|5/7/2000 11:37 PM|
No, I don't have the URL ( it's been in my schematic file forever). I can e-mail it to anyone who is interested. However, the circuits at R.G.'s and Randall's sites are just as good or better.
|5/6/2000 11:37 PM|
I also have one on my site, Steve, under the "DIY" projects section. It is a simple, battery-operated 1kHz sine wave generator with variable output level. Not precision, by any means, but good enough for signal tracing work and easy to build, with a stable output amplitude independent of battery voltage changes.
|5/7/2000 4:17 PM|
Likewise, there's a "Quick and Dirty Oscillator" at GEO, single transistor oscillator that runs from a 9V.
They're everywhere, they're everywhere!!
|5/7/2000 4:38 PM|
Heh...it just occurred to me that, in keeping with my anti-solidstatism stance, I should have a 1kHz *tube* oscillator schematic on my website, to counteract your solid-state oscillator!
Even worse, my oscillator uses two of the little buggers! Ack!
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