keyed clamp circuit

keyed clamp circuit

[′kēd ′klamp ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
A clamp circuit in which the time of clamping is controlled by separate voltage or current sources, rather than by the signal itself. Also known as synchronous clamp circuit.
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