a circuit that limits the amplitude of a waveform.
(electronics) an nonlinear electronic circuit whose output is limited in amplitude; used to limit the instantaneous amplitude of a waveform (to clip off the peaks of a waveform); "a limiter introduces amplitude distortion"
a circuit that is used to eliminate a portion of an input signal
Integrated circuit containing crypto functions for voice and telephone using the SKIPJACK cipher and the Escrowed Encryption Standard. It failed to find a customer base and is no longer manufactured.
A circuit designed to remove portions of the input signal amplitudes.
A diode circuit used to eliminate part of a waveform
A circuit that removes part of a waveform above or below a specified level. Circuits used to eliminate a portion of an ac signal. Also called a limiter.
In electronics, a clipper is a device designed to prevent the output of a circuit from exceeding a predetermined voltage level without distorting the remaining part of the applied waveform.