balanced amplifier

balanced amplifier

[′bal·ənst ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
An electronic amplifier in which there are two identical signal branches connected so as to operate with the inputs in phase opposition and with the output connections in phase, each balanced to ground.
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htm) HTC BoomSound with dual stereo speakers in the front and a balanced amplifier boost bass guaranteeing crystal clear vocals/tracks.
Also, the proposed quadrature power divider has been utilized to design a balanced amplifier whose measured results show that a balanced amplifier with FBW of 124.
A new GaAs dual low noise amplifier (LNA) that combines high gain and state-of-the-art noise figure with high IP3 performance and is ideal for balanced amplifier use has been introduced.
In a balanced amplifier, DC should not occur across the differential output signal (Vout+) - (Vout-) but it does.
If one half of a balanced amplifier fails, it will still operate with a gain reduction of about 6 dB.
This filter is followed by a balanced amplifier and then another bandpass filter with a very narrow bandwidth that is designed to optimize group delay performance for rejection of the remaining close-in spurious signals without introducing data loss.
The balanced amplifier was then designed by incorporating single-ended amplifiers between a pair of 3 dB directional couplers, as shown in Figure 12.
The output of each balanced amplifier pair is serially combined with 3, 4.