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Walker; Susan Jeanne
Howell, NJ
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5914633 Method and apparatus for tuning a continuous time filter June 22, 1999
A tuning circuit for generating a digital code to be used to calibrate a capacitor array of the type used in active RC filters is comprised of a single-slope A/D converter with fixed reference voltages as inputs and an output value which is dependent on the RC product of a resistor and
5877645 Offset compensation circuit for integrated logarithmic amplifiers March 2, 1999
A circuit for compensating for the input offset voltage of a logarithmic amplifier includes a digital comparator, a logic circuit, and a digital-to-analog converter (DAC) in a feedback loop. The comparator is connected to the output of the log amplifier and digitally indicates the po

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