AndrewCE Posted April 12, 2009 Report Share Posted April 12, 2009 How can you multiply two voltages together? I'm working on a pedal that requires taking two input voltages and outputting the algebraic product of the two. This is not the same as multiplying a single voltage times a scalar value. Also, is it possible to do the same thing, but with current instead of voltage? I imagine either of them would involve using a transistor to have one input control the other, but I can't figure how exactly to do it. For clarity, the device would follow: Vo = V1 x V2. Vo is the output and V1 and V2 are inputs. It might also be helpful if someone has a method of dividing two voltages or currents. I understand that there may be a problem with units; you would end up getting volts squared or amps squared. But maybe if there could be some sort of device that follows Vo = (V1xV2)/V3............ any thoughts on how to do any of this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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