class A amplifier

class A amplifier

[‚klas ′ā ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
An amplifier in which the grid bias and alternating grid voltages are such that anode current in a specific tube flows at all times.
A transistor amplifier in which each transistor is in its active region for the entire signal cycle.
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As a class A amplifier, EC1089 can operate in a frequency range from DC to 2.