voltage amplification

voltage amplification

[′vōl·tij ‚am·plə·fə′kā·shən]
(electronics)
The ratio of the magnitude of the voltage across a specified load impedance to the magnitude of the input voltage of the amplifier or other transducer feeding that load; often expressed in decibels by multiplying the common logarithm of the ratio by 20.
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where [alpha] > 1 denotes the voltage amplification factor.
When the input power takes larger values, the difference between them becomes larger, due to the voltage amplification factor whose value change with different physical circuits and varied input powers.
Term Definition Common-Mode Input Impedance measured between either Impedance input terminal and ground Common-Mode Input Average of the voltages appearing Voltage (CMV) at the + and - inputs Common-Mode Rejection Ratio of the differential voltage Ratio (CMRR) amplification to the common-mode voltage amplification Differential Input Impedance between the two Impedance ungrounded input terminals Differential Input Voltage difference between Voltage the two input terminals Table 1.
The other factors included transient voltage amplification due to the natural frequency of the 11kV system at Jalan Bani Bu Ali being very close to the natural frequency of the 33kV system at Jalan Bani Bu Ali to which it is coupled.
A signal conditioning analog front end is containing a power driver with Ku=3 voltage amplification and a voltage divider (1:3) to measure excitation voltage Uexc (to [+ or -]30V) is on the PZT circuit and shunt resistor R=70[OMEGA] for current sensing in a PZT (Iz signal) (Fig.
The Ampzilla 2000 uses two stages of differential voltage amplification, instead of a single stage, to enhance the common-mode rejection ratio.
The front-end voltage amplification circuitry must be doubled: there are two input channels to deal with.
The Agilent 33502A has a fully isolated front end offering a superior 5x voltage amplification.