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A New Technique for Minimizing Distortion
Most amplifiers today are based on designs which exhibit low distortion. Feedforward and feedback schemes have been suggested to further refine the circuit performance, each processing inherent advantages and drawbacks. A method is presented in this paper which provides an improvement in performance by modulating the loop gain of a feedback amplifier. Following a theoretical discussion are experimental results which test the theory.
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