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A '''linear IC''' is an [[integrated circuit]] which has over a useful range of values an output proportional to its input.<ref>''Nonlinear Circuits Handbook'' by [[Analog Devices]], 1974, ISBN 0-916550-01-X</ref>
 
A '''linear IC''' is an [[integrated circuit]] which has over a useful range of values an output proportional to its input.<ref>''Nonlinear Circuits Handbook'' by [[Analog Devices]], 1974, ISBN 0-916550-01-X</ref>
   
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Revision as of 11:41, 17 October 2019

A linear IC is an integrated circuit which has over a useful range of values an output proportional to its input.[1]

References

  1. ^ Nonlinear Circuits Handbook by Analog Devices, 1974, ISBN 0-916550-01-X

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