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  1. This is what is meant by translinear principle. That is, both are translinear devices and
  2. translinear principle. We will further learn about the use of this translinear principle
  3. the translinear loop minus T3, T4, T1, T2 form the translinear loop - type A and type
  4. translinear principle. It is part of the translinear principle.
  5. We will learn more about what are called as Translinear networks in the next class. We
  6. saw how this relationship is used in obtaining what is called as translinear principle. So
  7. translinear principle. So, making the currents different by means of areas is another thing.
  8. Let us try to understand what translinear is, trans here means transconductance which
  9. Suppose we are asked to call for a device which request to be translinear what should
  10. be cancelled. This is the most generalized translinear principle relationship that the
  11. translinear principles. The dynamic range of this is fantastic.
  12. The translinear relationship is the only known relationship in electronics which is valid
  13. and I2 in the following manner because of the translinear principle. What does it say?
  14. subtracted so I1 into IE1 is equal to I2 into IE2 this is from the translinear principle
  15. Gilberts the translinear principle in the Gilberts gain cell we can say that I1 into
  16. Based on translinear principle current flowing through the counter clockwise diode will be
  17. of the principle we enunciated in the introductory lecture on translinear principle. That is,