Amplification, physics, Basic Statistics

Amplification is the process by which the magnitudes of the variable quantity is increasing, especially the magnitude of voltage, current or power, without changing any other quantity.
Gain voltage; is the measurement of amplifier’s voltage, ratio of the input to output voltage.

-Voltage gain, in voltage (v), is defined as follows.
Gain = v output/v input
Voltage gain, in decibels (dB), is defined as follows. Gain = 20log (v out/v in) dB
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