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    transit frequency

    is it true that, the larger the transit frequency is, the larger the bandwidth will be??

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    transit frequency

    hmm...not exactly . Even at 2.4GHz u can have 9.6kBPS or 20kHz BW .


    Having said that , it's true as BW given by the standard body is the % of the frequency you transmit .So as u increase the frequency , you will get larger bandwidth.


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    frequency & bandwidth

    Quote Originally Posted by kickbeer
    is it true that, the larger the transit frequency is, the larger the bandwidth will be??
    Bandwidth of what ? Amplifier ? With or without feedback ?
    If you want a detailed and correct answer you should try to formulate the question as exact as possible.



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    what is transit frequency

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    Quote Originally Posted by kickbeer
    is it true that, the larger the transit frequency is, the larger the bandwidth will be??
    Bandwidth of what ? Amplifier ? With or without feedback ?
    If you want a detailed and correct answer you should try to formulate the question as exact as possible.
    Bandwidth of comparator



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