gain-bandwidth product


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gain-bandwidth product

[¦gān ¦band‚width ‚präd·əkt]
(electronics)
The midband gain of an amplifier stage multiplied by the bandwidth in megacycles.
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In the range of the sample electroactivity, the gain-bandwidth product is constant, that is high-contrast devices are associated with slow response time and vice versa.
Designers have concentrated the efforts mainly on increasing the gain-bandwidth product and the gain flatness, as well as on output power capabilities.
The OPA454 is unity-gain stable and can track fast moving signals since it has a slew rate of 10 V/[mu]s and gain-bandwidth product of 2.5 MHz.
A direct consequence of these characteristics is that InP-based HBTs can achieve a very high amplifier gain-bandwidth product per DC power ratio (GBP/[P.sub.dc]) for low supply voltage operation under 3 V.