current amplifier

current amplifier

[′kər·ənt ‚am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
An amplifier capable of delivering considerably more signal current than is fed in.
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Tenders invited for Dual phase lock-in-amplifier & low noise current amplifier
The CMOS CMUTs are included with a current amplifier on the equivalent chip and the current-to-frequency chip presents [9, 15] the current-to frequency readout interface.
The last used element is Adjustable Current Amplifier (ACA) [36].
As a high current amplifier, it accepts AC or DC voltage input from a function generator to drive a heavy load that requires high current or high voltage.
According to NIs Travis White, product manager, precision DC measurements, "A sensitive picoammeter can be based on the NI PXI-4022 Current Amplifier Module, which implements a feedback ammeter with less than 20 [micro] V of burden voltage on its 100-nA current range.
These devices integrate a current amplifier, a 50 Hz/60 Hz rejection filter to eliminate artificial light flicker and a 15-bit ADC (analog-to-digital converter).
The Dual Output Current Amplifier (DO-CA) with two independent gains is the first active element with schematic symbol depicted in Fig.
Rather, the IC has two active areas on a single chip so that the difference between the two output signals in the same internal current amplifier circuit can be measured.
The PeakForce TUNA module utilizes a new current amplifier in conjunction with PeakForce Tapping to allow, for the first time, conductivity mapping on fragile samples such as organic photovoltaics, lithium ion cathodes, and carbon nanotube assemblies without the deleterious effects caused by sample damage and tip contamination.
Limited Tenders are invited for Procurement of current probe with current amplifier
Their active element, referred to as multiple-output through transconductance amplifiers (MO-CTTA) employs current amplifier with special input feature (sCA) and OTA.
34] introduced programmable current amplifier (PCA, DACA) [35] and its application in [23] utilized novel approach in oscillator with one multiple-output current controlled current differencing transconductance amplifier (MO-CCCDTA).