|CXA1372BS||RF Signal Processing Servo Amplifier for CD Player|
|CXA1372BS Datasheet PDF : 32 Pages |
The mirror circuit performs peak and bottom hold after the RFI signal has been amplified.
For the peak hold, a time constant can follow a 30kHz traverse, and, for the bottom hold, one can follow the
rotation cycle envelope fluctuation.
MIRROR HOLD AMP
Through differential amplification of the peak and bottom hold signals H and I, mirror output can be obtained by
comparing an envelope signal J (demodulated to DC) to signal K for Which peak holding at a level 2/3 that of
the maximum was performed with a large time constant. In other words, mirror output is low for tracks on the
disc and high for the area between tracks (the MIRR areas). In addition, a high signal is output when a defect
is detected. The mirror hold time constant must be sufficiently large in comparison with the traverse signal.
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