unity gain bandwidth

unity gain bandwidth

[′yü·nəd·ē ¦gān ′band ‚width]
(electronics)
Measure of the gain-frequency product of an amplifier; unity gain bandwidth is the frequency at which the open-loop gain becomes unity, based on 6 decibels per octave crossing.
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o] + l)/[tau] in rad/s and is commonly called the unity gain bandwidth product for the operational amplifier.
Intersil's Elantec EL5166 and EL5167 feature unity gain bandwidths of 1.