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distributed amplifier

[di′strib·yəd·əd ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
A wide-band amplifier in which tubes are distributed along artificial delay lines made up of coils acting with the input and output capacitances of the tubes.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Distributed Amplifier (DA) topology is an attractive candidate for SDR applications [1-3].
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) recently awarded the company and its product inventor, Charlie Butten, a Technology & Engineering Emmy Award each, for the creation of the BeltPack: Distributed Amplifier Systems in Live Production.
According to Larry Jacobs, senior product development engineer at LeCroy, "A distributed amplifier topology is used for the company's most recently introduced 13-GHz, 16-GHz, and 20-GHz WaveLink probes.
TH2C-6: InP/InGaAs-DHBT Distributed Amplifier MMICs Exceeding 80 GHz Bandwidth
Clear-Com, a provider of mission-critical voice communication systems, has revealed that the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (NATAS) is awarding the company and product inventor, Charlie Butten, each a Technology and Engineering Emmy Awards, for the creation of the Belt Pack: Distributed Amplifier Systems in Live Production.
Distributed amplifier designs have been widely used to achieve chip level solid-state amplifiers with a decade and greater bandwidth.
Chapter 1 provides a historical perspective on the most common types of broadband amplifiers and introduces the concept of the cascaded single-stage distributed amplifier (CSSA).
At the circuit level, improvements in performance can be achieved using very high impedance lines (microstrip lines on 10 [micro]m polyimide) in the gate and drain equivalent transmission lines of a distributed amplifier, using low loss matching networks at the output of a power amplifier, using high current carrying capacity inductors in matching networks and using 9 [micro]m thick conductors instead of 4.5 [micro]m thick conductors having twice the width.
The model MAAMGM0007-DIE is a single-stage, distributed amplifier with a single-supply operation specified at +8 V for applications that require a cascadable gain block and 22 to 23 dBm of output power over a 2 to 18 GHz frequency range.
Broadband amplification to 50 GHz is reported using a SiGe HBT distributed amplifier. Amplification at 75 GHz is achieved using InP DHBT transferred-substrate technology
The last two papers present a distributed amplifier with a high-gain-bandwidth product (0.
Fraysse, et al., "A 2 W, High Efficiency, 2-8 GHz, Cascode HBT MMIC Power Distributed Amplifier," IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium Digest, 2000, pp.
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