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tvi 19th June 2002 03:40 PM

Constant Current Source article (Old)
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Found this the otherday, thought it might be of interest.

As the article is from 1966 I hope its alright to post, if their is a proble, tell me and I will delete.

Constant-Current Circuits


tvi 19th June 2002 03:49 PM

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page 2 again

tvi 19th June 2002 04:13 PM

If you were one of the first to download Page1 & 2, I just updated page 2 as their was a minor error

<i>Z=R<sub>c1</sub> || R<sub>c2</sub>||R<sub>bb</sub>, where Rn is ...</i>
should have been:
<i>Z=R<sub>c1</sub> || R<sub>c2</sub>||R<sub>bb</sub>, where R<sub>bb</sub> is...</i>


tiroth 19th June 2002 04:19 PM

There is that funky || notation again. Weird.

tvi 19th June 2002 04:22 PM

|| = in parallel with, AFIK

AFIK = As far As I know, AFIK


annex666 10th September 2002 07:49 PM


Originally posted by tiroth
There is that funky || notation again. Weird.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but is this right?

A||B = (AB)/(A+B)

The rule for parallel devices, resistors etc.

hifi 10th September 2002 08:59 PM

A||B = 1/(1/A +1/B) = 1/((A+B)/AB) = AB/(A+B)


HarryHaller 10th September 2002 09:14 PM

Jfet constant current source
Great ap note on Jfet CCS.


L Daniel Rosa 11th September 2002 01:44 AM

What CCS do you use, and what for? I see that Morsel is working on one to load an opamp. How's that one coming? That one's jfets, right? When you use one in a project, is it an afterthought? If not, is the main PCB designed with it, or is it a replacement for a resistor?

As I've said before, I've drawn a few. They all use BJTs. I print 'em by the dozen. I don't want to believe that my fascination (read: obsession) was a waste of time. Does anybody want to try a few?

fireworks 9th June 2012 04:07 PM


Originally Posted by HarryHaller (Post 58786)
Great ap note on Jfet CCS.


The link doesn't work (anymore).
What was the name of the document, so I can search for it ?

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