Applying the Analog Differentiator

Many engineers avoid the use of analog differentiators because of their inherent noise problems and their tendency to oscillate. Often however, particularly at low frequencies and where low noise is not a prime design objective, these difficulties may be overcome and the analog differentiator employed as a useful and often economical means of implementing a circuit requirement. Read full article

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Donald J. Hoft