wide-band amplifier

wide-band amplifier

[′wīd ¦band ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
An amplifier that will pass a wide range of frequencies with substantially uniform amplification.
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The device features a photo diode and a wide-band amplifier mounted within a three-pin epoxy-encapsulated module with an integrated semi-cylindrical lens.
Imai, "Millimeter-wave wide-band amplifiers using multilayer MMIC technology," IEEE Trans.
To compensate for this distortion, linearization techniques must be applied to minimize spectral re-growth or intermediation products created by the nonlinearity of wide-band amplifiers. A method called digital pre-distortion is used to distort the signal prior to the input of the power amplifier.

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