Push Pull Amplifier Circuit, Operation, Advantages and Disadvantages

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A push-pull amplifier is a type of amplifier that can drive a current in either direction through the load. In terms of distortion and performance, push-pull amplifiers are more efficient than single ended amplifier because of its push-pull arrangement. Into this arrangement, one transistor amplifies the positive half cycle whereas the other transistor amplifies the negative half cycle of the signal i.e. whole signal is amplified at the output. The output stage of a typical push-pull amplifier comprises of two identical BJT’s or Mosfet’s i.e one source current through the load while another sink current from the load. In our previous articles, we explain Read More …