analog multiplier


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analog multiplier

[′an·əl‚äg ′məl·tə‚plī·ər]
(electronics)
A device that accepts two or more inputs in analog form and then produces an output proportional to the product of the input quantities.
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A simple analog multiplier circuit recently developed by Waddington Electronics Inc.
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The NCP1651 uses a proprietary multiplier design, enabling significantly more accurate operation versus conventional analog multipliers.