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Linear and Nonlinear Amplifiers

A linear amplifier is an electronic circuit whose output signal is directly proportional to its input signal, but it has the capability to deliver more power into a load. The linear amplifier is usually used in radio-frequency (RF) power amplifier, and in amateur radio. Similarly, a nonlinear amplifier is one in which the output signal is not directly proportional to the input signal.


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