Miller integrator

Miller integrator

[′mil·ər ′int·ə‚grād·ər]
(electronics)
A resistor-capacitor charging network having a high-gain amplifier paralleling the capacitor; used to produce a linear time-base voltage. Also known as Miller time-base.
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