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Feed Forward Floating Power Supply (High Response-Speed Equalizer Circuit)

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This paper describes a method of drastically reducing nonlinear distortion and transient intermodulation distortion (TIM) from non-inverting unity gain amplifiers. The method utilized to accomplish this is from a floating power supply by which Feed Forward and Bootstrap techniques have been applied to it. Several applications of the method are also discussed.

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