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Dennis Feucht

An Isolated Potentiometer: The Analog-Actuated Potentiometer, Part 2

The Multipliers
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salbayeng
salbayeng
3/18/2016 9:22:33 PM
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Useful application of transconductance amplifiers
Hi Dennis,

This is a good explanation of the OTA, the LM13700 datasheet also has many examples.

I've never used an ATO  in my 40yrs of electronic design , perhaps I will now! 

I have used a couple of variants of analog multipliers, and multiplexors, and S/H to achieve designs that might have been easier with the LM13700.

 

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