Speech Compression Amplifier With Linear Gain = 20V/V

Compression amplifiers are frequently used to prevent overmodulation of AM transmitters. This prevents the creation of spurious modulation products called “splatter”. The “soft knee” of the transfer curve also imparts a “vacuum tube- like” sound to audio signals and musical instruments. The brightness of the LEDs indicate the degree of compression.  Bypass capacitors are not shown. (Circuit is created by Neil P. Albaugh,  TI-Tucson)

Speech Compression Amplifier With  Linear Gain = 20V/V circuit:

 

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Online Simulation of the “Speech Compression Amplifier With  Linear Gain = 20V/V” Circuit

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Michael Koltai
www.tina.com

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