Darlington amplifier

Darlington amplifier

[′dar·liŋ·tən ‚am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
A current amplifier consisting essentially of two separate transistors and often mounted in a single transistor housing.
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6,972,630, entitled "Self-biased Darlington Amplifier.
The Darlington amplifier has been a flagship product for Sirenza and continues to evolve as a popular standard amplifier component in the RF, microwave and wireless industries.
24 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sirenza Microdevices today announced the recent award of US patent #6,933,787 entitled "Linearized Darlington Amplifier.
Avago Technologies, the world's largest privately held semiconductor company, today announced the ADA-4789, a cost-efficient, high linearity silicon bipolar Darlington amplifier in a low thermal resistant SOT-89 package for use up to 2.
WJ Communications, Inc (Nasdaq:WJCI), a leading designer and supplier of RF semiconductors and multi-chip modules, today introduced 14 new Darlington amplifier gain blocks to it's existing product portfolio.
The SUF family of microwave MMIC Darlington amplifiers provides an excellent alternative to distributed amplifiers for applications requiring frequencies extending through X and Ku bands.
Sirenza Microdevices (NASDAQ:SMDI) today announced the production release of the SGC series of active bias amplifier ICs, which includes 10 new SiGe hetero-junction bipolar transistor (HBT) Darlington amplifiers, configured with Sirenza's patented active-bias network.
The SGC product line-up includes ten new SiGe hetero-junction bipolar transistor (HBT) Darlington amplifiers, configured with a patented active-bias network.
These InGaP HBT Darlington amplifiers are biased at a fixed +5V supply and provide improved temperature stability.
These InGaP HBT Darlington amplifiers are designed to run off of a fixed 5V supply and provide improved temperature stability.
The SGB product line includes six new SiGe hetero-junction bipolar transistor (HBT) Darlington amplifiers, operating at three different current specifications with two gain performance levels for each current.