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An Amplifier Input Stage Design Criterion for the Suppression of Dynamic Distortions
A design criterion for the input stage of an amplifier is presented which can be used to eliminate the principal source of dynamic distortion mechanisms such as TIM and SID in feedback amplifiers. The criterion is developed independently of the slew rate of the amplifier or the bandwidth of the input stage and the stages which follow this stage.
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