peaking circuit

peaking circuit

[′pēk·iŋ ‚sər·kət]
(electronics)
A circuit used to improve the high-frequency response of a broad-band amplifier; in shunt peaking, a small coil is placed in series with the anode load; in series peaking, the coil is placed in series with the grid of the following stage.
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An equivalent output impedance peaking circuit for a lumped-circuit amplifier is shown in Figure 2.
As a result, the elements of the output impedance peaking circuit are
The equivalent output impedance peaking circuit of microstrip amplifier is shown in Figure 5.