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Tejmal S. Rathore

Bio: Tejmal S. Rathore is an academic researcher from St. Francis Institute of Technology. The author has contributed to research in topics: Operational amplifier & Resistor. The author has an hindex of 8, co-authored 122 publications receiving 307 citations. Previous affiliations of Tejmal S. Rathore include Concordia University & Indian Institutes of Technology.


Papers
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TL;DR: In this paper, a systematic method for deriving CFA-based all-grounded-capacitor filters from current mode RLC prototype ladder is given, based on the operational simulation of node voltages and branch currents.
Abstract: A systematic method for deriving CFA-based all-grounded-capacitor filters from current mode RLC prototype ladder has been given. It is based on the operational simulation of node voltages and branch currents. It is extended to a voltage-mode ladder. These filters employ a minimum number of capacitors and minimum total capacitance. In some cases, all the capacitors can be made of equal value. Such filters are suitable for fabrication in integrated circuit technology. Illustrative examples for realizing generic filters are included with their simulation results. Copyright © 2007 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

21 citations

Book
01 Oct 1996
TL;DR: The author explains the development of digital measurement techniques and some of the techniques used in the synthesis of digital amplitude-gauging circuits.
Abstract: Preface to the Second Edition / Preface to the First Edition / Introduction / Digital Time Measurement Techniques / Digital Frequency Measurement Techniques / Digitally Programmable Circuits / Digital-to-Analog Converters / Digital Voltage Measurement Techniques / Digital Voltage Ratiometric Measurement Techniques / Sampling Techniques / Problems / Bibliography / Index

16 citations

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01 Mar 1984
TL;DR: In this paper, an accurate digital phase measurement scheme based on automatic accumulation principle is proposed, which uses a signal-dependent clock frequency and thus it measures the phase accurately at any frequency.
Abstract: An accurate digital phase measurement scheme based on automatic accumulation principle is proposed. It uses a signal-dependent clock frequency and thus it measures the phase accurately at any frequency. Moreover, it is economical, since it eliminates the need for a highly stable crystal oscillator.

16 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, four general Miller equivalent circuits, one for each of the four possible connections of two two-port networks, are derived based on these, and a generalized Miller theorem is stated.
Abstract: Four general Miller equivalent circuits, one for each of the four possible connections of two two-port networks, are derived. Based on these, a generalized Miller theorem is stated. A number of illustrative examples are included to demonstrate the power of the Miller theorem as an analytical tool in the analysis and synthesis of networks. It is pointed out that many known results such as capacitance multiplication, high input impedance of the emitter follower and the Darlington pair, and synthesis of driving point and transfer functions by some network configurations can be understood through the Miller theorem. >

14 citations

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TL;DR: Inverse active networks are defined and proved in this article, and a few applications of this theorem are illustrated in the paper "Inverse Active Networks: Applications of Inverse Active Network Theory".
Abstract: Inverse networks are defined ‘Inverse active network theorem’ is stated and proved A few applications of this theorem are illustrated

12 citations


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01 Apr 1990
TL;DR: In this article, the authors present a survey of developments in conveyors and current-mode circuits from both an historical and technical viewpoint and to act as a useful source of reference material.
Abstract: Current conveyors and related current-mode circuits have begun to emerge as an important class of circuits with properties that enable them to rival their voltage-mode counterparts in a wide range of applications. The use of current rather than voltage as the active parameter can result in higher usable gain, accuracy and bandwidth due to reduced voltage excursion at sensitive nodes. A current-mode approach is not just restricted to current processing, but also offers certain important advantages when interfaced to voltage-mode circuits. The author sets out to survey developments in conveyors and current-mode circuits from both an historical and technical viewpoint and to act as a useful source of reference material.

489 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, two novel networks are proposed for realizing a current-mode all-pass filter with high output impedance, using a single current conveyor (CC II) and four passive elements.
Abstract: Two novel networks are proposed for realizing a current-mode all-pass filter with high output impedance, using a single current conveyor (CC II) and four passive elements. The networks can be used in cascade without requiring an impedance-matching device. Even with a nonideal CC II, the networks can realize all-pass networks with slightly altered values of the gain and the center frequency. >

113 citations

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01 Mar 1981
TL;DR: In this article, it was shown that an oscillation with a random waveform or a sinusoidal waveform is excited by a simple oscillator such as a modified Van Der Pol oscillator containing a positive nonlinear conductance.
Abstract: This report indicates that an oscillation with a random waveform or a sinusoidal waveform is excited by a simple oscillator such as a modified Van Der Pol oscillator containing a positive non-linear conductance.

101 citations

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01 Nov 1987
TL;DR: In this article, it is shown that four-terminal floating nullors provide a solution to the problem of RC-active synthesis of floating immittances, which is a novel solution for RC active synthesis.
Abstract: It is shown that four-terminal floating nullors provide a novel solution to the problem of RC-active synthesis of floating immittances.

78 citations