The need for high power at very low distortion levels leads to the employment of a new feedback design technique. This paper analyzes a theoretical approach and describes its practical design rules. The multiple poles and zeros 9 dB/octave network will be studied. A calculator program will be given to solve real design problems. The double loop feedback method will also be analyzed and its advantages, shown with the aid of the Baxandall Theorem.
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