- Jan 31, 2003
- DC Metro Area
Ask anyone and they will tell you unity gain means that if I put, say, 1 volt in, I get 1 volt out, i.e., a gain of one, or unity. Nothing could be easier. That is until that same someone asks the question,
"Is that unity gain balanced, or unbalanced?"
For a full explanation of why Unity Gain is important, check out Rane's RaneNote on the subject.