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A Topology to Linearize Miller-Effect Compensated Amplifiers

An additional topology to Miller-effect compensated amplifiers, which reduces high-frequency distortion, is described. The addition is implementable in discrete or integrated circuits, with little or no additional complexity required in designs incorporating short-circuit protection. This topology is effective in reducing distortion to frequencies greater than 10 MHz. The greatest effect is achieved in power amplifiers with push-pull output stages.

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JAES Volume 32 Issue 6 pp. 430-434; June 1984
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