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Nonlinear Distortion Measurement Using Composite Pulse Waveform

A new method for measuring nonlinear distortions in circuits such as audio amplifiers is presented. The method uses composite pulse waveforms as the test signal. The great advantage of this method is that it permits predicting the form of nonlinearity of a circuit from the figure of the nonlinear distortion given by the measurement.

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JAES Volume 29 Issue 4 pp. 243-248; April 1981
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