1000 C. P. S. TRANSISTORIZED RESOLVER DRIVE AMPLIFIER.
Bachelor of science thesis,
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE
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The purpose of this work is to determine the feasibility of design of a 1000 c. p. s. transistorized resolver drive amplifier, to be used as part of an analog computing system. In the design the voltage gain expression of the amplifier, derived on a current basis, along with the forward gain of the amplifier, is utilized to determine the necessary values of input impedance, output impedance, and current gain for any desired accuracy of summation. Finally a resolver drive amplifier was designed and built. A specified accuracy of 1 part in 1000 was obtained with an accompanying phase shift of less than 9 minutes of arc between input and output. Recommendations for improvement of the system are discussed. Author