Conferences related to Amplifiers

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2018 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Circuits

Circuit design to address challenges of deeply scaled technologies - e.g. DFM, variability, reliability - Digital circuit techniques - Analog and mixed signal circuits such as data converters and amplifiers to address performance, power, technology scaling, and variability - Complex SOC systems describing new architectures and implementations - Circuit approaches for clock generation and distribution - Advances in memory circuits; especially for embedded memories in scaled technologies - Adaptive pow

  • 2020 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Circuits

    Circuit design to address challenges of deeply scaled technologies - e.g. DFM, variability, reliability - Digital circuit techniques - Analog and mixed signal circuits such as data converters and amplifiers to address performance, power, technology scaling, and variability - Complex SOC systems describing new architectures and implementations - Circuit approaches for clock generation and distribution - Advances in memory circuits; especially for embedded memories in scaled technologies - Adaptive pow

  • 2016 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Circuits

    circuit design to address challenges of deeply scaled technologies - e.g. dfm, variability, reliability - digital circuit techniques - analog and mixed signal circuits such as data converters and amp

  • 2014 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Circuits

    Circuit design to address challenges of deeply scaled technologies - e.g. DFM, variability, reliability - Digital circuit techniques - Analog and mixed signal circuits such as data converters and amplifiers to address performance, power, technology scaling, and variability - Complex SOC systems describing new architectures and implementations - Circuit approaches for clock generation and distribution - Advances in memory circuits; especially for embedded memories in scaled technologies - Adaptive pow

  • 2012 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Circuits

    Circuit design to address challenges of deeply scaled technologies - e.g. DFM, variability, reliability - Digital circuit techniques - Analog and mixed signal circuits such as data converters and amplifiers to address performance, power, technology scaling, and variability - Complex SOC systems describing new architectures and implementations - Circuit approaches for clock generation

  • 2011 Symposium on VLSI Circuits

    Circuit design to address challenges of deeply scaled technologies - e.g. DFM, variability, reliability - Digital circuit techniques - Analog and mixed signal circuits such as data converters and amplifiers to address performance, power, technology scaling, and variability - Complex SOC systems describing new architectures and implementations - Circuit approaches for clock generation and distribution - Advances in memory circuits; especially for embedded memories in scaled technologies - Adaptive pow

  • 2010 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Circuits

    Circuit design to address challenges of deeply scaled technologies - e.g. DFM, variability, reliability - Digital circuit techniques - Analog and mixed signal circuits such as data converters and amplifiers to address performance, power, technology scaling, and variability - Complex SOC systems describing new architectures and implementations - Circuit approaches for clock generation and distribution - Advances in memory circuits; especially for embedded memories in scaled technologies - Adaptive pow

  • 2009 Symposium on VLSI Circuits

    Circuit design to address challenges of deeply scaled technologies - e.g. DFM, variability, reliability - Digital circuit techniques - Analog and mixed signal circuits such as data converters and amplifiers to address performance, power, technology scaling, and variability - Complex SOC systems describing new architectures and implementations - Circuit approaches for clock generation and distribution - Advances in memory circuits; especially for embedded memories in scaled technologies

  • 2008 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Circuits

  • 2007 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Circuits


2017 IEEE International Solid- State Circuits Conference - (ISSCC)

The International Solid-State Circuits Conference is the foremost global forum for solid-state circuits and systems-on-a-chip. The Conference offers 5 days of technical papers and educational events related to integrated circuits, including analog, digital, data converters, memory, RF, communications, imagers, medical and MEMS IC's.


2014 IEEE Compound Semiconductor Integrated Circuit Symposium (CSICS)

CSICS is a technology and integrated circuit conference showcasing many of the finest achievements made in compound semiconductor technology and circuits. CSICS has grown to encompass GaAs, InP, GaN, SiGe, SiC, InSb, nano-scale CMOS, and graphene semiconductor technologies and their application to RF, mm-wave, high-speed, and energy conversion circuits and systems. Specific technical areas of interest include: Innovative device concepts in emerging technologies, Nitrides, InP, III-V on Si, Ge on Si, Graphene, Analog, RF, mixed-signal, mm-wave, THz circuit blocks and ICs in III-V, CMOS, SiGe BiCMOS, Power conversion circuits and technologies, Optoelectronic and photonic devices and ICs, System applications, Wireless handsets and base stations, Vehicular and military RADAR, High-speed digital systems, Fiber optics and photonics, Device and circuit modeling / EM and EDA tools, Thermal simulation and advanced packaging of highpower devices and ICs, Device and IC manufacturing processes


2014 IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference - CICC 2014

The IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC) is the premier conference devoted to IC development. CICC showcases original, first-published innovative analog and digital circuit techniques covering a broad spectrum of technical topics. It is a forum for circuit, IC and SoC designers, CAD developers, manufacturers and ASIC users. CICC is the conference to find out how to solve design problems and improve circuit design and chip design techniques.


2014 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC)

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  • 2013 14th International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC)

    IVEC provides insights into the broad spectrum of scientific issues and applications driving the current directions in vacuum electronics research.

  • 2012 IEEE Thirteenth International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC)

    The conference will provide insights into a broad spectrum of scientific issues and applications driving vacuum electronics research.

  • 2011 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC)

    Conference will cover advances in scientific and technical development in vacuum-electronic-devices in UHF-to-THz frequency-range. Invited talks on current topics of interest and special sessions on vacuum-electronic-, vacuum-micro-electronic-, nano-electronic-devices, CAD and technologies, active and passive components, sub-systems and systems for communication, space, radar, EW, directed-energy, and ISM applications will be organized. 2011 IVEC award for excellence in vacuum electronics and best student.

  • 2010 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC)

    IVEC will provide a unique snapshot into the state of the art in vacuum electron devices. These devices continue to provide power and performance for advanced electromagnetic systems especially at higher frequency. Rapid technological advances in the vacuum electron device area, plus new and improved devices, are making possible systems having reliability and capabilities well beyond any field today.

  • 2009 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC)

    The IVEC provides insights into the broad spectrum of scientific issues and applications driving the current directions in vacuum electronics research. Technical presentations will span the range from UHF to THz frequencies and will present current work in theory and computational tool development, active and passive components, systems, and supporting technologies

  • 2008 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC)

    The International Vacuum Electronics Conference encompasses wide ranging topical areas and will be of interest to those involved in any of the varied vacuum electronics specialties including device development, implementation, system design, and manufacturing.

  • 2007 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC)

  • 2006 IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Conference (IVEC) Collocated with IVESC


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Periodicals related to Amplifiers

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Display Technology, Journal of

This publication covers the theory, design, fabrication, manufacturing and application of information displays and aspects of display technology that emphasize the progress in device engineering, device design, materials, electronics, physics and reliabilityaspects of displays and the application of displays.


Electron Device Letters, IEEE

Publishes original and significant contributions relating to the theory, design, performance and reliability of electron devices, including optoelectronic devices, nanoscale devices, solid-state devices, integrated electronic devices, energy sources, power devices, displays, sensors, electro-mechanical devices, quantum devices and electron tubes.


Electron Devices, IEEE Transactions on

Publishes original and significant contributions relating to the theory, design, performance and reliability of electron devices, including optoelectronics devices, nanoscale devices, solid-state devices, integrated electronic devices, energy sources, power devices, displays, sensors, electro-mechanical devices, quantum devices and electron tubes.


Lightwave Technology, Journal of

All aspects of optical guided-wave science, technology, and engineering in the areas of fiber and cable technologies; active and passive guided-wave componentry (light sources, detectors, repeaters, switches, fiber sensors, etc.); integrated optics and optoelectronics; systems and subsystems; new applications; and unique field trials.


Microelectromechanical Systems, Journal of

A journal covering Microsensing, Microactuation, Micromechanics, Microdynamics, and Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS). Contains articles on devices with dimensions that typically range from macrometers to millimeters, microfabrication techniques, microphenomena; microbearings, and microsystems; theoretical, computational, modeling and control results; new materials and designs; tribology; microtelemanipulation; and applications to biomedical engineering, optics, fluidics, etc. The Journal is jointly sponsored by the IEEE Electron Devices ...


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An efficient computer program for the exact analysis of class E amplifier

K. J. Herman; R. E. Zulinski; J. C. Mandojana Proceedings of the 32nd Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems,, 1989

A Laplace technique is used to analyze the most general class E amplifier: that with finite DC-feed inductance and finite output network Q. The analysis is implemented with a computer program using PC-MATLAB software. A listing of the program is provided


SDR transmitter based on LINC amplifier with bias control

Young Yun Woo; Jaehyok Yi; Youngoo Yang; Bumman Kim IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium Digest, 2003, 2003

This paper describes a LINC (Linear Amplification using Nonlinear Components) handset transmitter adopting DC bias control. The power amplifier is operated at a saturated output power level and its level is adjusted by DC bias control. Thus the transmitter guarantees high efficiency at all usable output power level. Due to the LINC linearization, it can operate as a linear power ...


A Low Voltage High Frequency Programmable Gm-C Bandpass Filter

Jian-Qin Zhang; Kai-Hang Li; Ri-Yan Wang 2007 International Workshop on Anti-Counterfeiting, Security and Identification (ASID), 2007

A low voltage high frequency CMOS continuous time band-pass filter with programmable center frequency and quality factor is presented. The operational transconductance amplifier (OTA) in this Gm-C filter design is implemented by a low-voltage simple cascode OTA. The transconductance can be digitally programmable. Simulations show that the center frequency can be tuned from 400 MHz to 1 GHz for a ...


Scalable cryogenic gas cooled multi-slab 10 J and 100 J, 10 Hz DPSSL system

Saumyabrata Banerjee; Klaus Ertel; Paul D. Mason; P. Jonathan Phillips; Mariastefania De Vido; Jodie M. Smith; Thomas J. Butcher; M. Divoky; J. Pilar; Cristina Hernandez-Gomez; R. Justin S. Greenhalgh; John L. Collier 2015 11th Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim (CLEO-PR), 2015

We report the demonstration of a cryogenic gas cooled multi-slab Yb:YAG laser, producing 10.8 J pulses at 10 Hz, and initial results from a scaled-up DPSSL designed to produce 100 J pulses.


Introduction to the Issue on Progress in Solid-State, Fiber, and Tunable Sources

Ramesh K. Shori; Kenneth L. Schepler; W. Andrew Clarkson IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 2007

The 42 papers in this special issue are focused on progress in solid-state, fiber, and tunable sources. The issue is dedicated to the memory of Theodore H. Maiman, who kicked off the rapid growth of solid-state laser development in 1960. The papers are organized into six subject areas: power scaling strategies; fiber lasers and amplifiers; thin-disk lasers; planar waveguide and ...


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An efficient computer program for the exact analysis of class E amplifier

K. J. Herman; R. E. Zulinski; J. C. Mandojana Proceedings of the 32nd Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems,, 1989

A Laplace technique is used to analyze the most general class E amplifier: that with finite DC-feed inductance and finite output network Q. The analysis is implemented with a computer program using PC-MATLAB software. A listing of the program is provided


SDR transmitter based on LINC amplifier with bias control

Young Yun Woo; Jaehyok Yi; Youngoo Yang; Bumman Kim IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium Digest, 2003, 2003

This paper describes a LINC (Linear Amplification using Nonlinear Components) handset transmitter adopting DC bias control. The power amplifier is operated at a saturated output power level and its level is adjusted by DC bias control. Thus the transmitter guarantees high efficiency at all usable output power level. Due to the LINC linearization, it can operate as a linear power ...


A Low Voltage High Frequency Programmable Gm-C Bandpass Filter

Jian-Qin Zhang; Kai-Hang Li; Ri-Yan Wang 2007 International Workshop on Anti-Counterfeiting, Security and Identification (ASID), 2007

A low voltage high frequency CMOS continuous time band-pass filter with programmable center frequency and quality factor is presented. The operational transconductance amplifier (OTA) in this Gm-C filter design is implemented by a low-voltage simple cascode OTA. The transconductance can be digitally programmable. Simulations show that the center frequency can be tuned from 400 MHz to 1 GHz for a ...


Scalable cryogenic gas cooled multi-slab 10 J and 100 J, 10 Hz DPSSL system

Saumyabrata Banerjee; Klaus Ertel; Paul D. Mason; P. Jonathan Phillips; Mariastefania De Vido; Jodie M. Smith; Thomas J. Butcher; M. Divoky; J. Pilar; Cristina Hernandez-Gomez; R. Justin S. Greenhalgh; John L. Collier 2015 11th Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics Pacific Rim (CLEO-PR), 2015

We report the demonstration of a cryogenic gas cooled multi-slab Yb:YAG laser, producing 10.8 J pulses at 10 Hz, and initial results from a scaled-up DPSSL designed to produce 100 J pulses.


Introduction to the Issue on Progress in Solid-State, Fiber, and Tunable Sources

Ramesh K. Shori; Kenneth L. Schepler; W. Andrew Clarkson IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, 2007

The 42 papers in this special issue are focused on progress in solid-state, fiber, and tunable sources. The issue is dedicated to the memory of Theodore H. Maiman, who kicked off the rapid growth of solid-state laser development in 1960. The papers are organized into six subject areas: power scaling strategies; fiber lasers and amplifiers; thin-disk lasers; planar waveguide and ...


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IEEE-USA E-Books

  • Optimal Design of a CMOS OpAmp via Geometric Programming

    We describe a new method for determining component values and transistor dimensions for CMOS operational amplifiers (op-amps), We observe that a wide variety of design objectives and constraints have a special form, i.e., they are _posynomial_ functions of the design variables. As a result, the amplifier design problem can be expressed as a special form of optimization problem called _geometric programming_, for which very efficient _global optimization_ methods have been developed. As a consequence we can efficiently determine _globally optimal_ amplifier designs or globally optimal tradeoffs among competing performance measures such as power, open-loop gain, and bandwidth. Our method, therefore, yields completely automated sizing of (globally) optimal CMOS amplifiers, directly from specifications. In this paper, we apply this method to a specific widely used operational amplifier architecture, showing in detail how to formulate the design problem as a geometric program. We compute globally optimal tradeoff curves relating performance measures such as power dissipation, unity-gain bandwidth, and open-loop gain. We show how the method can be used to size _robust designs_, i.e., designs guaranteed to meet the specifications for a variety of process conditions and parameters.

  • No title

    Intended as an introduction to the field of biomedical engineering, this book covers the topics of biomechanics (Part I) and bioelectricity (Part II). Each chapter emphasizes a fundamental principle or law, such as Darcy's Law, Poiseuille's Law, Hooke's Law, Starling's Law, levers, and work in the area of fluid, solid, and cardiovascular biomechanics. In addition, electrical laws and analysis tools are introduced, including Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Laws, Coulomb's Law, capacitors, and the fluid/electrical analogy. Culminating the electrical portion are chapters covering Nernst and membrane potentials and Fourier transforms. Examples are solved throughout the book and problems with answers are given at the end of each chapter. A semester-long Major Project that models the human systemic cardiovascular system, utilizing both a Matlab numerical simulation and an electrical analog circuit, ties many of the book's concepts together. Table of Contents: Ohm's Law: Current, Voltage and Resistance / Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws: Circuit Analysis / Operational Amplifiers / Coulomb's Law, Capacitors and the Fluid/Electrical Analogy / Series and Parallel Combinations / Thevenin Equivalent Circuits / Nernst Potential: Cell Membrane Equivalent Circuit / Fourier Transforms: Alternating Currents (AC)

  • Appendix C Noise Correlation Matrix

    **Describes the use of the Real Frequency Technique for designing and realizing RF/microwave amplifiers and circuits** This book focuses on the authors' Real Frequency Technique (RFT) and its application to a wide variety of multi-stage microwave amplifiers and active filters, and passive equalizers for radar pulse shaping and antenna return loss applications. The first two chapters review the fundamentals of microwave amplifier design and provide a description of the RFT. Each subsequent chapter introduces a new type of amplifier or circuit design, reviews its design problems, and explains how the RFT can be adapted to solve these problems. The authors take a practical approach by summarizing the design steps and giving numerous examples of amplifier realizations and measured responses. * Provides a complete description of the RFT as it is first used to design multistage lumped amplifiers using a progressive optimization of the equalizers, leading to a small umber of parameters to optimize simultaneously * Presents modifications to the RFT to design trans-impedance microwave amplifiers that are used for photodiodes acting as high impedance current sources * Discusses the methods using the RFT to optimize equalizers made of lossy distributed networks * Covers methods and examples for designing standard linear multi-stage power amplifiers and those using arborescent structures * Describes how to use the RFT to design multi?]stage active filters * Shows the flexibility of the RFT to solve a variety of microwave circuit design problems like the problem of passive equalizer design for Radar receivers * Examines a possible method for the synthesis of microwave antennas using the RFT _Microwave Amplifier and Active Circuit Design Using the Real Frequency Technique _is intended for researchers and RF and microwave engineers but is also suitable for advanced graduate students in circuit esign. Dr. Beneat and Dr. Jarry are members of the editorial board of Wiley's _International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer Aided Engineering_. They have published seven books together, including _Advanced Design Techniques and Realizations of Microwave and RF Filters _(Wiley-IEEE 2008), _Design and Realizations of Miniaturized Fractals RF and Microwave Filters_ (Wiley 2009), _Miniaturized Microwave Fractal Filters--M2F2_ (Wiley 2012), &nbsp_place_holder;and _RF and Microwave Electromagnetism_ (Wiley-ISTE 2014).

  • Amplifiers with Operation Extending beyond the Linear Range of the Tube Characteristic Curves; Class AB, Class B, Class C Amplifiers

    This chapter contains sections titled: Push-pull class AB audio-frequency power amplifiers, Push-pull Class B audio-frequency power amplifiers, Tuned Class B power amplifiers, Tuned Class C power amplifiers, Design considerations for tube-to-load coupling networks, Problems

  • The Operational Amplifier as a Circuit Element

    This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction to the Operational Amplifier Ideal and Real Op Amps Brief Definition of Linear Amplifiers Linear Applications of Op Amps Op Amps Nonlinear Applications Operational Amplifiers Nonidealities Op Amp Selection Criteria Summary Further Reading Problems Appendix to Chapter 5

  • Technology Towards GaAs MESFETbased IC for High Temperature Applications

    A GaAs MESFET technology for the fabrication of devices, specially developed for continuous, reliable operation at high temperatures is presented. The technology is based on highly stable ohmic and Schottky contacts containing WSiN diffusion barriers and is optimized towards minimum temperature induced leakage currents across the substrate or along the semiconductor surface. The isolation of individual devices on chip is accomplished by multiple implantations of O++-ions at different energies. Drain/source leakage currents at high temperatures are significantly reduced due to the use of GaAs epitaxial MESFET wafers with an AIAs/GaAs superlattice structure followed by a p--buffer. MESFETs, fabricated by using this technology, have been optimized to match the requirements for continuous operation at high temperatures up to 300°C and have been successfully implemented in high temperature MMICs. Microwave circuits such as mixers, buffer amplifiers and voltage controlled oscillators aswell as operational amplifiers have been realized and characterized at temperatures up to 300°C. © 1997 Elsevier Science S.A.

  • Appendix D Network Synthesis Using the Transfer Matrix

    **Describes the use of the Real Frequency Technique for designing and realizing RF/microwave amplifiers and circuits** This book focuses on the authors' Real Frequency Technique (RFT) and its application to a wide variety of multi-stage microwave amplifiers and active filters, and passive equalizers for radar pulse shaping and antenna return loss applications. The first two chapters review the fundamentals of microwave amplifier design and provide a description of the RFT. Each subsequent chapter introduces a new type of amplifier or circuit design, reviews its design problems, and explains how the RFT can be adapted to solve these problems. The authors take a practical approach by summarizing the design steps and giving numerous examples of amplifier realizations and measured responses. * Provides a complete description of the RFT as it is first used to design multistage lumped amplifiers using a progressive optimization of the equalizers, leading to a small umber of parameters to optimize simultaneously * Presents modifications to the RFT to design trans-impedance microwave amplifiers that are used for photodiodes acting as high impedance current sources * Discusses the methods using the RFT to optimize equalizers made of lossy distributed networks * Covers methods and examples for designing standard linear multi-stage power amplifiers and those using arborescent structures * Describes how to use the RFT to design multi?]stage active filters * Shows the flexibility of the RFT to solve a variety of microwave circuit design problems like the problem of passive equalizer design for Radar receivers * Examines a possible method for the synthesis of microwave antennas using the RFT _Microwave Amplifier and Active Circuit Design Using the Real Frequency Technique _is intended for researchers and RF and microwave engineers but is also suitable for advanced graduate students in circuit esign. Dr. Beneat and Dr. Jarry are members of the editorial board of Wiley's _International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer Aided Engineering_. They have published seven books together, including _Advanced Design Techniques and Realizations of Microwave and RF Filters _(Wiley-IEEE 2008), _Design and Realizations of Miniaturized Fractals RF and Microwave Filters_ (Wiley 2009), _Miniaturized Microwave Fractal Filters--M2F2_ (Wiley 2012), &nbsp_place_holder;and _RF and Microwave Electromagnetism_ (Wiley-ISTE 2014).

  • Introduction

    Excerpt from the Preface The principal motivation for this work arose from the obvious desirability of finding a single quantity, a tag so to speak, to describe the noise performance of a two-terminal-pair amplifier. The possibility of the existence of such a quantity and even the general functional form which it might be expected to take were suggested by previous work of one of the authors on microwave tubes and their noise performance. This work showed that noise parameters of the electron beam set an ultimate limit to the entire noise performance of the amplifier that employed the beam. In the microwave tube case, however, the findings were based heavily upon the physical nature of the electron beam, and it was not immediately clear that a general theory of noise performance for any linear amplifier could be made without referring again to some detailed physical mechanism. In order to detach the study of noise performance from specific physical mechanisms, one had to have recourse to general circuit theory of active networks. Such a theory had grown up around the problems associated with transistor amplifiers, and important parts of it were available to us through the association of one of us with Professor S. J. Mason. This combination of circumstances led to the collaboration of the authors.Two major guiding principles, or clues, could be drawn from the experience on microwave tubes. One such clue was the general form of the probable appropriate noise parameter. The other was the recognition that matrix algebra and a proper eigenvalue formulation would be required in order to achieve a general theory without becoming hopelessly involved in algebraic detail.Essentially by trial and error, guided by some power-gain theorems in active circuit theory, we first found a few invariants of noisy networks. Afterward, while we were trying to decide around which quantities we should build a matrix-eigenvalue formulation leading to these same invariants, we were aided by the fact that Mr. D. L. Bobroff recognized a connection between the invariants which we had found and the problem of the available power of a multiterminal-pair network.Armed with this additional idea, we consulted extensively with Professor L. N. Howard of MIT's Department of Mathematics, in search of the appropriate matrix-eigenvalue problem. As a result of his suggestions, we were able to reach substantially the final form of the desired formulation.Once the proper eigenvalue approach was found, additional results and interpretations followed rapidly. In particular, the idea that the eigenvalue formulation should be associated with a canonical form of the noisy network was suggested in a conversation with Proessor Shannon.One of the principal results of the work is that it furnishes a single number, or tag, which may be said to characterize the amplifier noise performance on the basis of the signal-to-noise-ratio criterion. The novel features of this tag are two in number: First, it clears up questions of the noise performance of low-gain amplifiers or of the effect upon noise performance of degenerative feedback; second, it provides for the first time a systematic treatment of the noise performance of negative-resistance amplifiers. The latter results were not expected in the original motivation for the study but grew from insistent demands upon the internal consistency of the theory. It is interesting that the negative-resistance case will probably turn out to be one of the most important practical results of our work.Another result worth mentioning here, however, is the canonical form of linear noisy networks. This form summarizes in a clear, almost visual, manner the connection between the internal noise of a network at any particular frequency and its (resistive, positive, or negative) part.

  • Noise of Building Elements

    This chapter contains sections titled: Resistors Inductances Capacitance Semiconductors Amplifiers Mixers Frequency Dividers Frequency Multipliers

  • Solid-State and Fiber Lasers

    This chapter contains sections titled: What is a Solid-State Laser? Solid-State Laser Materials Optical Pumping Ruby Lasers Neodymium Lasers Vibronic and Tunable Solid-State Lasers Erbium and Other Eye-Safe Lasers Rare-Earth-Doped Fiber Lasers Rare-Earth-Doped Fiber Amplifiers Raman Fiber Lasers and Amplifiers What Have We Learned?



Standards related to Amplifiers

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IEEE Standard for Test Procedures for Magnetic Cores

This standard specifies applicable tests to describe the significant properties of magnetic cores used in electronic applications. It is primarily concerned with magnetic cores of the type used in electronics transformers, magnetic amplifiers, inductors, and related devices. However, many of the tests specified herein are general in scope and adaptable to magnetic cores used in many other applications. Standards covered ...