Linear Integrated Circuit

Linear Integrated Circuit gate McQ:linear integrated circuit or analog chip is a set of miniature electronic analog circuits formed on a single piece of semiconductor material. The voltage and current at specified points in the circuits of analog chips vary continuously over time. In contrast, digital chips only use and create voltages or currents at discrete levels, with no intermediate values. In addition to transistors, analog chips often include a larger number of passive elements (capacitors, resistors, and inductors) than digital chips. Inductors tend to be avoided because of their large size, and a transistor and capacitor together can do the work of an inductor. (When this method is used in a CFL, you get an electronic ballast.)

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