final amplifier

final amplifier

[¦fīn·əl ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
The transmitter stage that feeds the antenna.
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Partitioning the final amplifier in this way greatly eases maintenance in the final system.
Additional filtering of undesirable harmonics could be achieved in the filter design, but the primary concern is to ensure that only the third harmonic saturates the final amplifier stage.
The IPA is transparent to most final amplifier parameters and is temperature compensated to minimize drift.
The output of the final amplifier in the gain chain constitutes an amplitude-limited version of the input signal.
Therefore, built-in matching networks can determine the operating mode of the final amplifier, limiting output power and, especially, collector efficiency.
In high power microwave transmitters and final amplifier sections, where radiation leakage is potentially high, extremely high voltages and sometimes X-ray emissions are present.
The final amplifier (node G) has a 15 dBm output third-order intercept.