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English: Graph illustrating the concept of amplification. It shows the output of an ideal linear amplifier given an arbitrary time-varying signal as input. Amplification means increasing the amplitude (voltage or current) of an arbitrary electrical signal by a uniform amount, as illustrated here. The amplifier in this example has a gain of 3; that is
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