gain-bandwidth product


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gain-bandwidth product

[¦gān ¦band‚width ‚präd·əkt]
(electronics)
The midband gain of an amplifier stage multiplied by the bandwidth in megacycles.
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The Gilbert mixer was fabricated using Global Communication Semiconductor's (GCS) indium phosphide (InP) heterojunction bipolar transistor (HBT) technology and achieves 12 dB of up-conversion gain with a multi-decade bandwidth from DC-40 GHz and a resulting gain-bandwidth product (GBP) of 159 GHz.
Because of their current-feedback topology, the EL5367 does not have the normal gain-bandwidth product associated with voltage-feedback operational amplifiers.
For example, we have applied this circuit technique to a 50 GHz trans-impedance amplifier product that has demonstrated over 20% improvement in gain-bandwidth product and higher breakdown characteristics over a conventional Darlington circuit approach using the same technology," adds Kobayashi.
The error amplifier features a 15-MHz gain-bandwidth product and 6-V/us slew rate which enables high converter bandwidth for fast transient performance.
The TSV911/2/4 family offers an 8MHz gain-bandwidth product and is unity-gain stable for capacitive loads up to 200pF.