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What is a differential amplifier?
An amplifier whose output signal is proportional to the algebraic difference between two input signals; The input stage of operational amplifiers and emitter coupled logic gates.
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2011-09-30 1.6GHz LNAs geared for GPS devices
The CMOS-process based LNAs from Torex have operating voltage range of 1.71-3.63V.
2016-04-18 1.5kW RF transistor from NXP operates up to 500MHz
The MRF1K50H targets applications from laser and plasma sources to particle accelerators, industrial welding machines, radio and VHF TV broadcast transmitters, and amateur radio linear amplifiers.
2004-09-24 'Factorized power' module delivers 100A
Vicor's V048K015T100 is the first 100A product in the company's V o I Chip line of VTMs designed for "factorized power" architectures.
2006-03-15 'Cost-effective' video amps for HDTV, medical imaging apps
ST's new 300MHz amps are designed to drive very high-definition signals on 75-ohm video lines in high-end industrial and medical imaging systems, and in HDTV-enabled STBs and DVD players.
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