A Gain-Reduction Amplifier That Employs a Junction Field-Effect Transistor as an Active Element in a Resistive Divider
The performance of conventional FET-type gain-reduction amplifiers can be improved by circuitry which corrects for channel nonlinearity in the FET. The result is the lower generation of noise and distortion.
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