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Number: 330/124D
Name: Amplifiers > With plural amplifier channels (e.g., parallel amplifier channels) > Redundant amplifier circuits

Patents under this class:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4127829 Fail-safe power combining and switching network Nov. 28, 1978
4056785 Low-noise microwave amplifier Nov. 1, 1977
4016503 High-reliability power amplifier Apr. 5, 1977
4010426 RF power amplifier parallel redundant system Mar. 1, 1977
4001662 Variable control current generator arrangement Jan. 4, 1977
3992669 Radio frequency protection circuit Nov. 16, 1976
3979720 Apparatus for monitoring a redundant multi-channel analog system Sep. 7, 1976
3963993 Power amplifier using a plurality of parallel connected amplifier elements and having burn-out protection Jun. 15, 1976
3953853 Passive microwave power distribution systems Apr. 27, 1976

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