I hope you are exaggerating when you say you have no idea of analog circuits. A four quadrant multiplier is not the place to start learning. In my opinion, if your statement is accurate, the best way to start is to learn about simple OPAMP circuits like the inverting amplifier, and then study the principles of a bipolar junction transistor and pay attention to the temperature dependence of that device. Then, you will be in better position to tackle the multiplier circuits.hi
any 1 could help me to design a 4 quadrant multiplier, i have no idea of analog circuit so if possible can u tell me where is best way to start the work.
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