balanced amplification

симметричное усиление

linear amplification — линейное усиление

amplification factor — коэффициент усиления

functional amplification — функциональное усиление

distributed amplification — распределенное усиление

pure amplification — фактическое усиление; результирующее усиление


English-Russian dictionary of Information technology. 2005.

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