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FRANKLIN_OSCILLATOR

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FRANKLIN_OSCILLATOR
Shown in tube form, this circuit shows the principle and the configuration of the Franklin oscillator. The basic Franklin master oscillator, first described in 1930, uses very low-value capacitors, C1 and C2 (about 1 to 3 pF), imposing a very light load on the high-Q tuned circuit. Further advantages include the two-terminal inductance and the earthing of one end of the resonant circuit. This form of oscillator can be readily adapted for use with MOSFET devices.