Simulated inductor

Posted on Jul 6, 2012

With a constant current excitation, the voltage dropped across an inductance increases with frequency. Thus, an active device whose output increases with frequency can be characterized as an inductance. The circuit yields such a response with the effective inductance being equal to: L = R1R2C. The Q of this inductance depends upon Rj being equal to R2. At the same time, however, the positive and negative feedback paths of the amplifier are equal leading to the distinct possibility of instability at high frequencies.

Simulated inductor
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R1 should therefore always be slightly smaller than R2 to assure stable operation.

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