Buffer Stage

buffer stage

[′bəf·ər ‚stāj]
(electronics)

Buffer Stage

 

a stage of an amplifier of a radio transmitter or receiver using an electron tube or transistor. It serves mainly to eliminate or diminish the effect (reaction) of the following stage (after the buffer stage) on the preceding stage (in general, to eliminate the effect of load variations on a highly stable signal source).

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The gate input signal is amplified by a buffer stage composed of BJTs or MOSFETs.
The output drivers feature a high pulse current buffer stage designed for minimum driver cross-conduction.
MEMS clock oscillators that contain a MEMS resonator, an oscillator stage, frequency-temperature compensation, a low-noise phase-locked loop and a tri-state output buffer stage.
The MEMS clock oscillators provided by Ecliptek contain a MEMS resonator, an oscillator stage, frequency-temperature compensation, a low noise phase-locked loop, and a tri-state output buffer stage.
The output driver features a high pulse current buffer stage designed for minimum driver cross-conduction.
The device's output drivers feature a high pulse current buffer stage designed for minimum driver cross-conduction.
The ZXGD3006E6 typically provides a drive current of 4A for an input current of 1mA, making it a perfect high-gain buffer stage between the high-output impedance of a controller and the low-input impedance of the IGBT.
The output drivers offer a high pulse current buffer stage designed for minimum driver cross-conduction.
The device's output drivers feature a high-pulse current buffer stage designed for minimum driver cross-conduction while the floating channel can be used to drive N-channel power MOSFETs or IGBTs in the high-side configuration operating up to 600V.
The device's output driver features a 250mA high pulse current buffer stage.
The output drivers feature a high pulse current buffer stage designed for minimum driver cross-conduction while the floating channel can be used to drive an N-channel power MOSFET in the high-side configuration operating up to 200V.
The output drivers feature a high pulse current buffer stage for minimum driver cross-conduction and matched propagation delay for both channels.