linear amplification

linear amplification

a hearing aid circuit in which the gain is equivalent for all input levels.

lin·e·ar am·pli·fi·ca·tion

(lin'ē-ăr am'pli-fi-kā'shŭn)
A hearing aid circuit in which all frequencies receive equivalent amplification.
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In vivo gene editing was also shown to be precise and on-target using linear amplification PCR, a method to confirm DNA insertion at the targeted location.
Khomeriki, "Linear amplification of optical signal in coupled photonic crystal waveguides," IEEE Photonics Technology Letters, Vol.
Tent map on the initial value (the system input signal) amplification was different from the linear amplification method.
However the envelope variations of an OFDM signal results in large PAPR and demands an expensive High Power Amplifier (HPA) with large dynamic range in order to perform linear amplification of an OFDM signal.
The signal is distorted such that the composite output of the power amplifier appears to have linear amplification over the desired frequency range, without distortion.
Consider the individual testing requirements to determine whether linear amplification or PWM switchmode operation provides superior performance.
Our study is among the first systematic surveys of profiles of gene expression in clinical samples that has combined universal full-length linear amplification of mRNA, a microarray platform with exon-level resolution, and comprehensive qPCR validation.
Abstract--Acclimatization was studied in hearing-impaired patients with no previous hearing aid (HA) experience who were fit bilaterally with either wide dynamic range multichannel compression (WDRMCC) or linear amplification (LA) HAs.
Various linearization methods, including feedforward, feedback, predistortion, LINC (linear amplification with nonlinear components), CALLUM (combined analog locked loop universal modulator), EER (envelope elimination and restoration) and so forth are reported.
It can be seen that the relationship between the two is not simply a linear amplification, particularly during machine warm-up.
When these sites are oriented head-to-head, both strands are cut by the nicking enzyme, and the genomic DNA dissociates, creating templates for 2 complementary triggers that are linearly amplified through consecutive cycles of polymerase extension and single-strand nicking, (analogous to linear amplification within EXPAR; see Fig.

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