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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Mukhopadhysay, "High Performance CMOS Four Quadrant Analog Multiplier in 45 nm Technology," International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management, vol.
Massimo, "A Four Quadrant CMOS Analog Multiplier Based on the Non Ideal MOSFET I-V Charactersitics," in IEEE Conference Publications, 2008.
For example, using a JFET to implement the required nonlinearity, a memristor emulator constructed with five operational amplifiers, a floating capacitor, a large number of resistors, and an analog multiplier is presented in [19].
In this paper, we propose a floating memristor emulator, which is built with two CFOAs, two analog multipliers, and five passive elements.
(iii) An analog multiplier is used to calculate the instantaneous output power delivered by the PV panels.
Also, operational amplifier TL082 or TL084 and analog multiplier AD633 are used.
There are a lot of circuit structures designed with OTA such as filters, instrumentation amplifiers, oscillators and analog multiplier in the previous studies [9][13].
It is also called a phase comparator, logic circuit, frequency mixer, or an analog multiplier that generates a voltage signal and this voltage signal shows the phase difference.
A simple analog multiplier circuit recently developed by Waddington Electronics Inc., Cranston, R.I., can calculate roll diameter in real time far more easily than a computer can, the company says.
The FM demodulation is accomplished by a quadrature detector consisting of an analog multiplier and an external quadrature tank circuit.
To emulate [v.sub.B] in (17), integrator and analog multiplier are implemented, in which the voltage from the buffer and that from the integrator are multiplied using an analog voltage multiplier.