cascade amplifier


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cascade amplifier

[ka′skād ‚am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
A vacuum-tube amplifier containing two or more stages arranged in the conventional series manner. Also known as multistage amplifier.
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Folded cascade amplifier using instead of instrumentation amplifier.
Yeap Yean Wei, Tan Soon Hie and Goh Cher Hiang,"Design of X-Band High Power Cascade Amplifier", January 2007, High Frequency Electronics, Summit Technical Media, LLC, PP.2431.
As the gain is made close to unity, it becomes inefficient to cascade amplifier stages.
These two stages can be used as an operational transconductance amplifier (OTA) [6, 7] or a folded cascade amplifier [8].
This form of bias network should be used in the design of broadband and cascade amplifiers.