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A MOSFET Power Amplifier with Error Correction
Power MOSFETs are emerging as the device of choice for high-quality power amplifiers because of their speed, reduced need for protection and falling cost. A low-distortion power amplifier design is presented which includes output stage error correction to reduce the effect of transconductance droop in the crossover region and thus allow operation at more efficient bias levels.
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