Precision Squarer

Squarer circuit is used to shape signal, to get more defined square wave. This circuit is useful to make convert the signal so it has very fast rise time. Here is the schematic diagram of the circuit:

Precision Squarer circuit schematic diagram

[Source: National Semiconductor Application Note]

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