Definition of Miller integrator in English:

Miller integrator

noun

Electronics
  • An operational amplifier circuit, typically used as a square-to-sawtooth converter, in which a capacitor is connected as part of a negative-feedback loop across the input and output terminals of the amplifier, and whose output voltage is proportional to the time integral of the input voltage.

    The circuit was developed by Alan D. Blumlein and patented in 1942, and makes use of the Miller effect.

Origin

1940s.