push-push amplifier

push-push amplifier

[′pu̇sh ¦pu̇sh ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
An amplifier employing two similar electron tubes with grids connected in phase opposition and with anodes connected in parallel to a common load; usually used as a frequency multiplier to emphasize even-order harmonics; transistors may be used in place of tubes.