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RF Power Small Signal

RF Power Small Signal

(OP)
How can I define what it is with simple word?

I have no idea!

Anyone has a clue?

Thanks!

RE: RF Power Small Signal

I'll take "unamplified" for $100, Mr. Sajak

RE: RF Power Small Signal

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RE: RF Power Small Signal

(OP)
Thanks a lot for your answers!

Cheers!

RE: RF Power Small Signal

(OP)
Well, I'm doing a research on RF Small Signals and I have the signification of what an RF is but not of what a RF Power Small Signal is.

Like... Where can I find one? What is the purpose of it? What sorts? What manufacturer produces RF Small Signals?

Thanks!

RE: RF Power Small Signal

Must be a language problem?  

Small Signal refers to quasi-linear operation of a system, where Large Signal implies saturated, non-linear, and distorted signal transmission.

TTFN

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