insertion gain


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insertion gain

[in′sər·shən ‚gān]
(electronics)
The ratio of the power delivered to a part of the system following insertion of an amplifier, to the power delivered to that same part before insertion of the amplifier; usually expressed in decibels.
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With this new packaging option for our low noise figure, high gain and high frequency SiGe transistors, Toshiba offers designers a smaller surface mount package while extending the insertion gain (|S21e|2) and continuing to minimize noise figures, said Tom Chand, business development engineer for TAEC's RF devices.
2GHz Insertion Gain |S21e|2(dB) 17dB 17dB @2V/10mA/2GHz @2V/7mA/2GHz 9.