AW: VCO idea

|[| Philip Pilgrim |]| thelab at sprint.ca
Fri Jul 31 14:13:21 CEST 1998


Another implementation would be to have 1 OSC generate 4 or more
different waveforms. Then feed these into an analog multiplexer that
effectively switches it's output from one of the input waveform to the
other. Of course the switching signal source will have to also be from
the original osc. This design will remove the need to manage time
constants. For control parameters I would suggest switch timing, order
and Waveform dividing.

Some caps or comparitor logic for "smoothing" the transients would
complete the OSC. It is similar to what I saw on the Creamware SCOPE
platform except they called it a commuter.

Philip

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