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Philbrick oscillator

Philbrick oscillator
The Philbrick oscillator is a little known design, patented by the American scientist George A Philbrick in 1956. It generates signals at low amplitude and uses fairly standard components. The circuit, consisting of three resistors and three capacitors, was originally used for d.c. decoupling at the input of oscilloscopes.
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