## ABSTRACT

As discussed in Chapter 4, peak responding multipliers are classified into (1) peak detecting multipliers and (2) peak sampling multipliers. A short pulse/saw tooth waveform whose time period (T) is proportional to one voltage is generated. Another input voltage is integrated during the time period. The peak value of the integrated voltage is proportional to the product of the input voltages. This is called a double single-slope peak responding multiplier. A square/triangular waveform whose time period is proportional to one voltage is generated. Another input voltage is integrated during the time period. The peak value of the integrated voltage is proportional to the product of the input voltages. This is called double dual-slope peak responding multiplier. A rectangular pulse waveform whose OFF time is proportional to one voltage is generated. Another voltage is integrated during this OFF time. The peak value of the integrated output is proportional to the product of the two input voltages. This is called a pulse width integrated peak responding multiplier.