squaring circuit

squaring circuit

[′skwer·iŋ ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
A circuit that reshapes a sine or other wave into a square wave.
A circuit that contains nonlinear elements proportional to the square of the input voltage.
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The circuit is followed by a current squaring circuit, a current inverter and an analog current multiplier.
As discussed previously, the squaring circuit will convert the dominant spur into two spurious sidebands with 6 dB of attenuation.