A regulator covers a linear regulator. In electronics, a linear regulator is a system used to maintain a steady voltage. The resistance of the regulator varies in accordance with the load resulting in a constant output voltage. The regulating device is made to act like a variable resistor, continuously adjusting a voltage divider network to maintain a constant output voltage and continually dissipating the difference between the input and regulated voltages as waste heat.
The linear regulator may also comprise a preamplifier, a first radio frequency (RF) transistor and a second radio frequency (RF) transistor. An output of the preamplifier stage may be provided to a biasing terminal of the first RF transistor and a biasing terminal of the second RF transistor. Also, the first and second RF transistors may be electrically connected in series between a positive supply voltage and a negative supply voltage.