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Complementary Cascade Amplifier

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Most of the applications of complementary type transistors make use of their symmetrical properties. The complementary symmetry push-pull circuit features single-ended input and single-ended output, and results in considerable circuit economy. When complementary transistor stages are connected in cascade, the circuit also has many advantages. This paper is an exploration of the latter.

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