**Summing Differentiator Circuit:**

Similar to the summing integrator, summing can be obtained using the basic differentiator Circuit. It can be obtained by applying more than one input to the basic Summing Differentiator Circuit as shown in the Fig. 2.50.

The node B is grounded, hence potential of A is also zero. So V_{A} = 0. Hence we can write the expressions for the various currents as,

and

Applying at node A,

Taking of the Equation,

where

and

i.e.

As R_{f }C_{1} is very much higher than R_{1}C_{1} and R_{2 }C_{2}, we get,

Replacing s by d/dt,

For C_{1} = C_{2} we get,

The expression shows that the output is the sum of the differentiations of the two inputs. Hence the circuit is called as Summing Differentiator.

The resistance R_{1} is introduced to provide closed loop stability at high frequency and to reduce the high frequency noise.