Three Inverters Oscillator simulation in proteus

Three Inverters Oscillator simulation in proteus

In this article we will learn how to make Three Inverters Oscillator simulation in proteus.
In the last post we will learn how to make Schmitt Trigger Oscillator in proteus simulation. You can visit our website,
I hope you appreciate my work, let’s discuss about today’s project.

Components which we use in this project are listed below:

  1. Hex buffer (4009)
  2. Resistor (100k)
  3. Capacitor (100uf)
  4. Virtual terminal
  5. Jumper wires

Diagram of this project is below:

Three Inverters Oscillator simulation in proteus
Three Inverters Oscillator simulation in proteus

Construction of Three Inverters Oscillator simulation in proteus

  • Connect the pin B of virtual terminal with the one side of capacitor
  • Connect the pin A of virtual terminal with the one side of Hex buffer through one side of R2
  • Connect the other side of Buffer with the one side of 2nd buffer through the remaining side of capacitor
  • Connect the other side of 2nd Buffer with the one side of 3rd Buffer
  • Connect the other side of 3rd Buffer with the one side of R1
  • Connect the remaining sides of R1 & R2 with the junction of capacitor

Working of Three Inverters Oscillator simulation in proteus

A three-inverter oscillator often referred to as a three-stage ring oscillator or simply a ring oscillator is a simple electronic circuit used to generate continuous oscillations or a square wave output signal. It is widely used in digital circuits for clock generation and frequency testing. In this oscillator, three inverter gates are connected in a loop or a “ring,” and the output of the last inverter is fed back to the input of the first inverter. The propagation delay through each inverter gate is what creates the oscillation.

Applications of Three Inverters Oscillator simulation in proteus

  1. Clock Generation
  2. Frequency Divider
  3. Voltage-Controlled Oscillator
  4. Delay Element
  5. Built-In Self-Test

Advantages of Three Inverters Oscillator simulation in proteus

  1. Simplicity
  2. Low component cost
  3. Low power consumption
  4. High-frequency stability
  5. Compact size