buffer amplifier

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buffer amplifier

[¦bəf·ər ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
An amplifier used after an oscillator or other critical stage to isolate it from the effects of load impedance variations in subsequent stages. Also known as buffer; buffer stage.
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buffer amplifier

An analog device that is typically used for impedance matching and signal isolation. For example, a sound card typically uses buffer amps at most of its input and output ports.
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For voltage control voltage follower approach is used.
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Given the long-term connection between the battery management system and the 13th cell, we designed a voltage follower based on the op amp, which can improve the input impedance and reduce leakage current, to avoid excessive power consumption.
Development of Single Transistor-Control LDO Based on Flipped Voltage Follower for SoC.
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Since the input impedance of the proposed circuit is not high, voltage follower is needed while cascading the proposed circuit to the next stages.
Linear Technology's (Milpitas, CA) LT3082 200 mA PNP low dropout regulator (LDO) features a new architecture using a cur rent reference and voltage follower. Features include:
The second stage is a voltage follower for the load resistor ([R.sub.L]) that works as a current source for the serially connected LEDs.