transistor amplifier

transistor amplifier

[tran′zis·tər ‚am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
An amplifier in which one or more transistors provide amplification comparable to that of electron tubes.
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Kurokawa, "A wide-band low noise L-band balanced transistor amplifier," Proc.
I had a transistor amplifier that ran on batteries, which I used to tune up with so we carried on the set.
This paper discusses a theoretical study of one class of TLs, namely, the conjugately characteristic-impedance TLs (CCITLs) and their applications in the microwave transistor amplifier design.
It includes a low-noise voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO), high-power transistor amplifier, and control and monitoring circuitry.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 18, 2006 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation today announced the successful development of a compact gallium nitride (GaN, 1*) power transistor amplifier, which boasts the world's highest output power level of 400W while featuring low-distortion characteristics, for third generation (3G) base stations.
In this article, the one-port transistor amplifier (OPTA) is studied in detail.
In typical applications, one PowerBand[TM] transistor amplifier line-up2 (containing 2-4 devices) covering an entire band could replace three or more traditional transistor amplifier line-ups (containing 2-4 devices).
High power RF transistor amplifier design is covered in Chapter 5, which introduces nonlinear concepts, the different categories of amplifiers and their comparison, and gives an example of power amplifier design.
The application that Genoa is demonstrating at NFOEC is just the tip of the iceberg; like the ubiquitous transistor amplifier, we will soon see low-cost optical amplifiers everywhere, in almost every type of optical equipment, as engineers begin to completely rethink what is possible from a network architecture point of view," he said.
Chapter 3 covers microwave transistor amplifier design.
In an idealized transistor, all of the elements of the conductance matrix of the device are equal to zero, except the forward transconductance S, which is mainly responsible for gain in a transistor amplifier stage.