signal-processing circuits

signal-processing circuits

the electronic hardware of hearing aids that allows alteration in the amplification of various bands of frequencies of the acoustic signal.

sig·nal-pro·ces·sing cir·cuits

(sig'năl-pros'es-ing sĕr'kŭts)
The electronic hardware of hearing aids that allows alteration in the amplification of various bands of frequencies of the acoustic signal.
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At present, there is a growing interest in designing analogue current-mode signal-processing circuits. Various new current-mode active building blocks have received considerable attentions owing to their larger dynamic range, greater linearity, wider bandwidth, and low power consumption with respect to operational amplifier-based circuits [1-6].
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