bias resistor

bias resistor

[′bī·əs ri′sis·tər]
(electronics)
A resistor used in the cathode or grid circuit of an electron tube to provide a voltage drop that serves as the bias.
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ON Semiconductor (Nasdaq: ONNN), a leading provider of analog ICs, logic ICs and discrete semiconductors for wireless and communications applications, today announced it is now offering bias resistor transistors (BRTs) in two additional packages, the SC-75, one of the smallest packages in the industry and the TO-92 package.
In addition, the ADL5324 features dynamically adjustable bias which allows RF designers to set the driver's power consumption to the performance needs of the system, without the need for a bias resistor.
ON Semiconductor now offers general purpose and bias resistor transistors (BRT) in SOT-723, SOT-963 and in SOT-1123 packages - which measure 1.
or from an external bias supply and a bias resistor for design flexibility.
The SCG002 operates from a single voltage supply and requires only two DC-blocking capacitors, a bias resistor and an inductor for operation.
The only external components needed for operation are bias resistors, bypass capacitors, and passives for the PLL loop filter.
Because of its internal LCD voltage multiplier, oscillator and bias resistors, the EM6121 eliminates the use of external components.
A Pre-Biased Transistor is a bi-polar junction transistor with the bias resistors for switching type circuits deposited on the transistor die using a thin film polysilicon.
The 2011DZ also has integrated bias resistors and DC blocks that provide simple AC coupling, enabling seamless interfacing to various multiplexers on the input and various modulators on the output.
The Inphi driver includes input and output DC blocks, output bias resistors, and clock input DC blocks.
Integrating the transistor with the two bias resistors into one compact package offers significant advantages over the more traditional approach of using a bipolar transistor and two separate bias resistors, including reduced PCB real estate, improved logistics and increased reliability.
The inclusion of on-chip bias resistors for the LVDS interface further reduces power and design time.