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am·pli·fi·er

(am'pli-fī'ĕr),
1. A device that increases the magnification of a microscope.
2. An electronic apparatus that increases the strength of input signals.

am·pli·fi·er

(am'pli-fī'ĕr)
1. A device that increases the magnification of a microscope.
2. An electronic apparatus that increases the strength of input signals.
See also: klystron, magnetron
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In developing its new family of satellite amplifiers, Rohde & Schwarz's goal was to substitute traditional tube technology with the latest advances in solid-state transistors.
Although the R&S PKU100-O750 is rated at 750W, it claims to come in a superior form factor, representing the most compact and lightweight high-power satellite amplifier available on the market today.
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The Merrill Audio ELEMENT 114 Stereo Amplifier, just like the ELEMENT 116 and ELEMENT 118 utilizes a custom LLC resonant power supply with a custom transformer as an inductor.
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Folded cascade amplifier using instead of instrumentation amplifier.
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If we talk about broadband amplifiers that operate over several octaves, broadband bridge networks and cascaded Wilkinson combiners are candidates to fulfill this job.
Nujira has developed a HAT power modulator module for integration into power amplifiers that measures 70 x 70 x 18 mm and runs an algorithm that tracks the RF signal very accurately in both timing and amplitude.
They also engineered the amplifier so that input and output signals can be turned up and down, just like an electronic amplifier, which is an important step forward for Dr Wang: "This is really valuable because you can control the amplitude of an input signal to your desired level to match genes that have vastly different input-output strengths.
Regarding the issue of low gain of CMOS power amplifiers, the mode-locking technique is one of the most successful solutions [32].
Yate-based Amplifier Technology, which makes amplifiers and jammers for the defence and surveillance market, booked adjusted EBITDA of GBP1.1m on revenues of GBP4.8m in the year ended 30 June 2012.