A transimpedence amplifier (TIA) is a current to voltage amplifier. A TIA can be used to amplify the current output of photo detectors, accelerometers, photo multiplier tubes, etc. These devices tend to have a current response that is more linear than their voltage response. Typically a TIA has a large feedback resistance Rf to convert the small sensor current into an amplified and useable voltage.

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