I've been going through online assignments regarding circuit designs. I've gotten a bit stuck on this one:
Using a sinusoidal input voltage of amplitude 5 V and frequency 100 Hz, I need a triangular wave output with peak-to-peak voltage of 20 V. The external biasing voltages are assumed to be +15 V and -15 V, saturation voltage magnitude of 13.5 V and maximum output current of 25 mA.
I thought of using a Schmitt trigger to first convert the sinusoidal wave to a square wave, and then use an integrator to refine it into triangular wave using suitable capacitors and resistors.
I've not been able to do so.
This is the design I've come up with:
This isn't working. There might be minor errors, but I'm not able to find them.
Can someone help me with the design, and the possible values of the resistors and capacitors I should use in the integrator and Schmitt trigger circuits?