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http://hdl.handle.net/11012/70173
Mon, 06 Jul 2020 00:12:51 GMT2020-07-06T00:12:51ZFractional-Order Oscillator Design Using Unity-Gain Voltage Buffers and OTAs
http://hdl.handle.net/11012/70108
Fractional-Order Oscillator Design Using Unity-Gain Voltage Buffers and OTAs
Kartci, Aslihan; Herencsár, Norbert; Koton, Jaroslav; Brančík, Lubomír; Vrba, Kamil; Tsirimokou, Georgia; Psychalinos, Costas
In this study, a new voltage-mode fractional-order oscillator using two unity-gain voltage buffers, two operational transconductance amplifiers, one resistor, and two capacitors is presented. The design procedure of integer-order as well as fractional-order oscillator employing in total 20 MOS transistors is discussed. Effects of fractional-order capacitors on amplitude, phase, condition of oscillation, and frequency of oscillation are shown. Various case examples are given while SPICE simulations using TSMC 0.35 µm level-3 CMOS process parameters with ±1.65 V supply voltages verify their operation and compare with theoretical ones.
Sun, 06 Aug 2017 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/11012/701082017-08-06T00:00:00ZSeries-, Parallel-, and Inter-Connection of Solid-State Arbitrary Fractional-Order Capacitors: Theoretical Study and Experimental Verification
http://hdl.handle.net/11012/70924
Series-, Parallel-, and Inter-Connection of Solid-State Arbitrary Fractional-Order Capacitors: Theoretical Study and Experimental Verification
Kartci, Aslihan; Agambayev, Agamyrat; Herencsár, Norbert; Salama, Khaled Nabil
In the paper, general analytical formulas are introduced for the determination of equivalent impedance, magnitude, and phase, i.e. order, for n arbitrary fractional-order capacitors (FoCs) connected in series, parallel, and their interconnection. The approach presented helps to evaluate these relevant quantities in the fractional domain since the order of each element has a significant effect on the impedance of each FoC and their equivalent capacitance cannot be considered. Three types of solid-state fractional-order passive capacitors of different orders, using ferroelectric polymer and reduced Graphene Oxide-percolated P(VDF-TrFE-CFE) composite structures, are fabricated and characterized. Using an impedance analyzer, the behavior of the devices was found to be stable in the frequency range 0.2MHz–20MHz, with a phase angle deviation of ±4 degrees. Multiple numerical and experimental case studies are given, in particular for two and three connected FoCs. The fundamental issues of the measurement units of the FoCs connected in series and parallel are derived. A MATLAB open access source code is given in Appendix for easy calculation of the equivalent FoC magnitude and phase. The experimental results are in good agreement with the theoretical assumptions.; In the paper, general analytical formulas are introduced for the determination of equivalent impedance, magnitude, and phase, i.e. order, for n arbitrary fractional-order capacitors (FoCs) connected in series, parallel, and their interconnection. The approach presented helps to evaluate these relevant quantities in the fractional domain since the order of each element has a significant effect on the impedance of each FoC and their equivalent capacitance cannot be considered. Three types of solid-state fractional-order passive capacitors of different orders, using ferroelectric polymer and reduced Graphene Oxide-percolated P(VDF-TrFE-CFE) composite structures, are fabricated and characterized. Using an impedance analyzer, the behavior of the devices was found to be stable in the frequency range 0.2MHz–20MHz, with a phase angle deviation of ±4 degrees. Multiple numerical and experimental case studies are given, in particular for two and three connected FoCs. The fundamental issues of the measurement units of the FoCs connected in series and parallel are derived. A MATLAB open access source code is given in Appendix for easy calculation of the equivalent FoC magnitude and phase. The experimental results are in good agreement with the theoretical assumptions.
Tue, 27 Feb 2018 00:00:00 GMThttp://hdl.handle.net/11012/709242018-02-27T00:00:00Z