Posted on Jul 8, 2012

Because the transconductance of an operational transconductance amplifier is directly proportionai to /ABc. the amplification of a signal can be controlled easily. The output current is the product from transconductance X input voltage. The circuit is effective up to approximately 200kHz.

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Modulation of 99% is easy to achieve.

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