bparagraph 11a; Figure 9
A clipper will remove a specific portion of a signal, a
cathode follower does not distort a signal, and a rectifier removes
half of the waveform.
An overdriven amplifier will square the waveform, the
peaker will produce sharp pulses from the square wave, and the
clipper will remove the undesired half cycle.
A buffer amplifier has no effect on a waveform, a
the input waveform.
An isolation amplifier and Class A amplifier have no effect
bparagraph 7c, d
dparagraph 12b(3), (4)
The limiter and overdriven amplifier circuits convert the sine
Therefore, the limiter and overdriven amplifier can be eliminated.
The cathode follower must still be used to prevent overloading the
dparagraph 12b(7); Figure 12
bparagraph 12b(9), (10), (11)