Questions tagged [wien-bridge]

Anything related to Wien bridge circuits. A Wien bridge is a particular bridge circuit configuration in which two sides of the bridge are purely resistive, whereas the other two are made up by resistors in parallel with capacitors. Wien bridges are commonly used in linear oscillators for producing sinusoidal signals.

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Current across Wien bridge

I am trying to answer the question If you connect a detector between Va and Vb, knowing that the frequency to which the bridge is balanced is 6820,58Hz, what is the current that passes through the ...
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Wien Bridge Oscillator in Multsim Values

I am trying to build a Wien Bridge Oscillator in Multisim that has a frequency of 3.6 kHz. However my graph is very distorted and I'm guessing its because of the op amp component values. Does anyone ...
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How to decouple a negative feedback loop in DC?

My question is open ended, but I provided an example to explain the question better. R19 and R8 in the middle of the pic form a negative feedback loop. They set the gain of the amplifier. I need to ...
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How to add a phase shifter to a Wien bridge oscillator

I need to add a variable phase shift circuit to my Wien Oscillator, I have done some research, but have only found phase shift oscillators made with 3 RC stages that generate a 180º shift. However, I ...