Electronics (Mike Jaroch)
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The number that results when the gain of a circuit is multiplied by the
bandwidth of that circuit. For an operational amplifier, the gain-bandwidth product for one configuration will always equal the gain-bandwidth product for any other configuration of the same amplifier .
A crystalline form of lead sulfide used in early radio receivers .
A meter used to measure small values of current by electromagnetic or
electrodynamic means   .
The emitter-to-base current ratio in a common-collector configuration .
The process used to tune two or more circuits with a single control .
One of the three states of matter; it has no fixed form or volume .
As applied to logic circuitry, one of several different types of electronic devices that will provide a particular output when specified input conditions are satisfied. Also, a circuit in which a signal switches another signal on or off .
Circuit that permits automatic gain control to function only during short time intervals .
An FM demodulator that uses a special gated-beam tube to limit, detect, and amplify the received FM signal. Also known as a quadrature detector .