The Problem of an Analog Memory in a Linear Interpolator (Problemu Analogove Pameti v Linearnim Interpolatoru),
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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The article analyzes the problem of the working of an electronic linear interpolator arising from imperfections of the analog memory used. A non-unitary gain of the memory block is considered, as well as loss of information from the memory by discharge of the memory capacitor. An attempt is made to correct the deficiencies of the interpolator arising from those causes by changing some of the circuit constants. It is shown that only a partial correction can be achieved by a relatively complicated operation. The method best suited for remedying the deficiencies of the interpolator in practice is to keep the discharge of the analog memory within acceptable bounds.
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