direct resistance-coupled amplifier

direct resistance-coupled amplifier

[də¦rekt ri¦zis·təns ‚kəp·əld ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
Amplifier in which the collector, drain, or plate of one stage is connected either directly or through a resistor to the base, gate, or control grid of the next stage; used to amplify small changes in direct current.
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