Definition of transconductance in English:

transconductance

noun

Electronics
  • The ratio of the change in current at the output terminal to the change in the voltage at the input terminal of an active device.

    • ‘Transconductance amplifier having a digitally variable transconductance as well as a variable gain stage and an automatic gain control circuit comprising such a variable gain stage’
    • ‘Sample-and-hold circuit including push-pull transconductance amplifier and current mirrors for parallel feed-forward slew enhancement and error correction’
    • ‘Operational transconductance amplifier with independent transconductance and common mode feedback control’
    • ‘The higher the transconductance, the faster the transistor can switch on and off.’

Pronunciation

transconductance

/ˌtranskənˈdʌkt(ə)ns//-nz-//ˌtrɑːns-/