Direct Coupling

In electronics, direct coupling (also called direct wired contact and conductive charging) is a way of interconnecting two circuits such that, in addition to transferring the AC signal (or information), the first stage also provides DC bias to the next. Thus, there is no need for a DC blocking capacitor to be used in order to interconnect the circuits, and this method is also known as DC coupling.

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Direct Coupling - Advantages
... The advantage of direct coupling is very good low frequency response, often from DC (if the input/output coupling capacitors are not used) to the highest operating frequency ...

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