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Amplifier

Definition

noun, plural: amplifiers

(general) Anything that amplifies, enlarges, or making something larger or more intense.

(microscopy) A lens system or a device placed above the ocular to improve the depth resolution of an image while the objective is still in the position of best-corrected image.


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Word origin: MF amplifier < L amplific─üre (to increase, augment).

Related forms: amplify (verb), amplification (noun).


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phonocardiogram

m designing a phonocardiogram-auscultation device for my project using an electret condensor microphone followed by a band pass filter amplifier circuit of gain 1000 (20 to 2000 Hz). any suggestions/ ideas please..... will it work with a buzzer plate instead of mic? how dependable is a mic?

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