push-pull transistor

push-pull transistor

[′pu̇sh ¦pu̇l tran′zis·tər]
(electronics)
A realization of a push-pull amplifier using transistors.
A Darlington circuit in which the two transistors required for a push-pull amplifier exist in a single substrate.
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The MRF5P21180 is a push-pull transistor that provides 180-watt peak power and 38-watt average W-CDMA power with a minimum two-carrier linearity of -35dBc.