[time-nuts] power spectrum of hard limiter output
ehydra at arcor.de
Fri Jan 28 02:33:36 UTC 2011
Magnus Danielson schrieb:
> On 27/01/11 20:19, ehydra wrote:
>> I found chapter Appendix 7A "Analysis of interference in a hard limiter"
>> There is a half page with a couple of formulas. Not much, not
>> practically oriented. Only idealized hard-limiters.
>> I'm interested in SOFT-limiters!
> Jim's problem was with a hard-limiter so what I tossed his way was
> relevant to him.
I must say 'soft-limiter' is new to me, too! Sorry for pirate a thread.
> For soft-limiters, papers like this may be of assistance:
Interesting. 4dB below limit.
>> Hm. Does the writer seen a real working system once upon in time?
> Yes. What defines a working system is however covering a lot of systems
> and particulars of some systems can cover many books on its own without
> making other things irrelevant.
He he. We have many nonsense amateur info on the Web. Then many
theoretical papers. A small gap between is useful for the practical
oriented people. Unfortunately, this gap is just to slim.
I find it more and more curious a working concept not to find in the
I-net. I'm looking several weeks. Maybe wrong keywords.
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