What happened to Phase Linear?
In 1982 Phase Linear was sold to Jensen Inc. which also owned the AR and Advent brands. Recoton later acquired the Jensen brands. Bob Carver went on to form Carver Corporation.
What is the purpose of a linear amplifier?
A linear amplifier is a kind of radio frequency power amplifier that performs the primary role of amplifying a transmitter’s output to a much higher level. It helps amplify radio waves, allowing wider distribution, by reducing distortion in the transmission.
What is a linear gain amplifier?
In a linear operational amplifier, the output signal is the amplification factor, known as the amplifiers gain ( A ) multiplied by the value of the input signal and depending on the nature of these input and output signals, there can be four different classifications of operational amplifier gain.
Do I need A linear amp?
Why linear? Linear RF amplifiers are required where signals that have an amplitude component are used. These amplitude components carry information and for this to be accurately preserved, the signal must be amplified in a linear fashion.