As the name implies, a limiter circuit (sometimes called a “clipper”) prevents a signal from exceeding desired thresholds, which would otherwise cause saturation and overload of the following stage. The circuit in Figure 1 precisely limits the wideband input signal Vi at the VREF level and can be used with both single and dual power supplies.
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