oscillator coil meaning
A tapped coil that provides the input and output windings required for an oscillator circuit. Such coils are used in signal generators, oscillators, and superheterodyne receivers.
- intermediate-frequency transformers and oscillator coils for transistorized amplitude modulation broadcast receivers
- The point of the lab is to build two variable oscillator coils.
- The cathode was connected to a secondary coil on the oscillator coil and thus coupled the oscillator into the pentode mixer section, the signal being applied to grid 1 in the conventional manner.
- By the mid-1930s however, superheterodynes were using much higher intermediate frequencies, ( typically around 440 470 kHz ), with tuned coils similar in construction to the aerial and oscillator coils.