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Multi-phase voltage-control oscillator

Image Number 7 for United States Patent #7551038.

A multi-phase voltage-control oscillator including a first voltage-control oscillator circuit and a second voltage-control oscillator circuit is provided. The first voltage-control oscillator circuit includes a first LC tank and a first inductor assembly unit. The second voltage-control oscillator circuit includes a second LC tank and a second inductor assembly unit. A mutual inductance effect is generated between the inductors of the first voltage-control oscillator and the inductors of the second voltage-control oscillator.

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