Hi, you can generate a pure sine wave just using an Op-Amp. It is very simple and can be used in many applications. In this article, we are going to learn how to generate a pure sine wave using an Op-Amp.

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How to generate pure sine and co-sine wave?

There are different ways to generate sine and cosine waves. But You can do it in one of the most simple ways. Just using an Op-Amp. Even you do not need any special one for this. Just use any general-purpose Op-Amp for this. 3 resistors and 3 capacitors will be enough for our “how to generate a pure sine wave using an Op-Amp” project.

Circuit diagram:

Sine and Cosine wave generator circuit

Circuit explanation:

Here all the capacitors are non-polar ceramic capacitors. You can change the values to change the frequency. Here a start button is connected to the proteus circuit only. You do not need to use it in a practical circuit.

The working concept is very simple. One Op-Amp (LM358) generates an output which is slowed by the capacitor again another Op-Amp helps in another slow movement of reference. Thus a sine wave is formed rather than a square wave. And due to capacitor phase shift, we get a cosine wave.

Simulation result:

Sine wave and cosine wave output

While simulating in proteus, press the start button once. In a practical test, you do not need this.

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Practical test:

Practically, the circuit was arranged in a small project board and measured with an oscilloscope. Here I used variable resistors to test the effect of changing resistor values. You can do that too to do some research on a sine wave.

Test circuit on project board
Output wave shape

Conclusion:

This project was a very small one and interesting too. Who doesn’t like a sine wave? That’s why it was really interesting to me too. I hope you enjoyed the project and made one for yourself. Thank you, Enjoy!

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