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    Design of Voltage controlled oscillator

    Hi I am trying to emulate Ic566 in a simple project board for Audio frequency range.Which components would be better to use in the project? Thank you.

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    Re: Design of Voltage controlled oscillator

    A real LM566 is the obvious answer. It is a fairly complicated device to emulate in discrete parts, is there a reason why that particular IC is the one you need?

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    Re: Design of Voltage controlled oscillator

    Maybe you want to emulate an LM566 is because it is obsolete and is not made anymore.
    The datasheets of the LM358 and LM324 opamps show a VCO circuit you can make.



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