inductive feedback

inductive feedback

[in′dək·tiv ′fēd·bak]
(electronics)
Transfer of energy from the plate circuit to the grid circuit of a vacuum tube by means of induction.
Transfer of energy from the output circuit to the input circuit of an amplifying device through an inductor, or by means of inductive coupling.
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A source inductive feedback was used for stabilization and to improve the input impedance of the device simultaneously.
The first stage design of a low noise amplifier (LNA) often involves the use of series inductive feedback to simultaneously achieve a good input impedance match and a low noise figure.
Thus, series inductive feedback will be necessary to achieve this desired condition.
With Super Compact the device is analyzed for series inductive feedback values from 0.