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need help for square wave osci

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niks

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hi
i would like to design 1Khz square wave oscialltor usin OPAMP.which should be havin max drift of 100Hz.
Can anyone help me
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Hi,
100Hz in 1KHz is 10% and as long as you use fairly decent components RC phase shift oscillator may be constructed without any major drift.
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Look for example at the datasheet of the LM324 here:
**broken link removed**

This is a very popular cheap Opamp and you will find some kind of application notes in its datasheet for example a square wave oscillator.

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:wink: use a standard 555 timer ic to generate the required 1000 Hz
timer 555 has a frequency stability of better than .1 %
the timing resistors should be MFR and the timing capacitor should be polyester( dont use ceramic capacitors with class two dielectric)
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That's easy, you can even use an logic inverter in making one. 8)
 

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Actually 10% drift is not challenging requirements .
All you have to worry about is quality of capasitor and resistor in RC circuit , power supply stability
opamp general characteristics .

Simply :
Use schmidth trigger Opamp based circuit,
Additionally connect inverting input with output through resistor.Put capasitor between inverting input and ground .These elements will define oscillator frequency .

Schmidth resistors parameters will define hysteresis voltage (affects also frequency as well)
 

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