Linear - Comparators

Linear comparators are electronic devices used to compare the amplitude of two input signals and produce an output signal indicating which signal is larger. They are commonly used in audio systems, radio receivers, and other applications where signal comparison is necessary. Linear comparators have a linear response, meaning that the output voltage is directly proportional to the difference between the input voltages. They are available in various configurations such as differential amplifiers, instrumentation amplifiers, and limiting amplifiers.

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