A Colpitts oscillator built on top of a common emitter amplifier configuration, which is declared as a linear amplifier, is known to be analyzed in some aspects through Barkhausen criteria. However, the indicated oscillator is also said to be a nonlinear circuit. This is all so confusing. Please explain what we are missing
October 05, 2021
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