Transconductance Amplifiers

A transconductance amplifier is an amplifier whose differential input voltage produces an output current. The transconductance gain is a function of current flowing into the control current pin. Applications include variable frequency oscillators, variable gain amplifiers, current-controlled filters and other circuits.

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