Unity feedback describes a circuit where the unchanged output signal is used as feedback.
Unity amplification describes an amplifier where the output signal is the same as the input signal. Using a standard op-amp amplifier, setting R1 and R2 equal results in a unity gain of 1.0. This circuit can be used to isolate the output signal from the input for impedance matching. This is also referred to as a voltage follower.
Unity frequency describes the frequency at which the gain of a filter is one.
A filter is a frequency dependent amplifier. Different frequencies are amplified by different amounts.
w.r.t : with respect to
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How to create a shared library:
g++ -shared Thingy.cpp -o libThingy.so
How to create a static library:
g++ -o Thingy.o -c Thingy.cpp
ar cr libThingy.a Thingy.o