søndag 3. mars 2019

Deadband width calculation

I use the same circuit to control various VCAs. To completely turn these off I have added a deadband at the start, usually 100mV wide (meaning that nothing happens before the CV is > 100mV.

As the input resistor / max output current varies, the resistor from the summing point to -15V needs to be adjusted as well. Here is how to do that:


Once you've picked your R_cv, R_db is found using the formula above. I_abc is the OTA control current, usually connected through a 10k resistor to prevent currents > 2mA which would kill the LM13700.

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