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A Feedforward Controlled Delay-Line Limiter
The attack time in a conventional limiter must always be a compromise between distortion and overshoot on transient signals. We describe the design of an inexpensive and compact limiter which overcomes these problems by introducing an analogue delay line in the signal path. A novel feed-forward control system has been adopted to provide accurate reciprocal control at all signal levels.
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