Electronic analog computers, Circuits
This research report discussed modern sample and hold theory and techniques and then uses them to develop a new differential sampling concept to solve a real engineering problem, involving the synchronous demodulation of three amplitude modulated direction cosine signals in an unusual noise environment. The problem is discussed in detail and a detailed circuit design solution given. Additionally, the results of a breadboard test of the concept is given that shows the circuit to have a 60dB offset voltage rejection ratio.
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Harden, Richard C.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
iv, 49 pages
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Electronic analog computers -- Circuits
Davis, John Adams, "A Differential Sample and Hold Technique that Rejects Offset Voltages" (1976). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 208.