transistor amplifier

transistor amplifier

[tran′zis·tər ‚am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
An amplifier in which one or more transistors provide amplification comparable to that of electron tubes.
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Kurokawa, "A wide-band low noise L-band balanced transistor amplifier," Proc.
I had a transistor amplifier that ran on batteries, which I used to tune up with so we carried on the set.
This paper discusses a theoretical study of one class of TLs, namely, the conjugately characteristic-impedance TLs (CCITLs) and their applications in the microwave transistor amplifier design.
It includes a low-noise voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO), high-power transistor amplifier, and control and monitoring circuitry.
Tokyo, Japan, Aug 18, 2006 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation today announced the successful development of a compact gallium nitride (GaN, 1*) power transistor amplifier, which boasts the world's highest output power level of 400W while featuring low-distortion characteristics, for third generation (3G) base stations.
In this article, the one-port transistor amplifier (OPTA) is studied in detail.
Each signal is then divided by the branch-line coupler into two parts of nearly the same amplitude and with a 90[degrees] phase difference to drive each side of the push-pull transistor amplifier, thus implementing the balanced design.
Originally intended as an LNA for GPS applications the IC consists of a single transistor amplifier stage combined with bias circuitry, as shown in Figure 2.
High power RF transistor amplifier design is covered in Chapter 5, which introduces nonlinear concepts, the different categories of amplifiers and their comparison, and gives an example of power amplifier design.
Because the transistor amplifier uses a common emitter configuration, an approximately 180[degrees] phase shift is obtained.
Gonzalez, Microwave Transistor Amplifier Analysis and Design, Prentice Hall, 1997.