push-pull configuration

Definitions

Electronics

  • A circuit in which there are two input signals, each in phase opposition, provided separately to two identical active devices. The output of these two signal branches is combined for the overall output. Such an arrangement is used, for instance, in push-pull amplifiers. Also called push-pull (1), or push-pull arrangement.
  • synonympush-pull arrangement
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