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A Note on -An Amplifier Input Stage Design Criterion for the Suppression of Dynamic Distortion- and Author's Reply
It is indicated that the input stage design criterion given by Leach  does not necessarily eliminate (hard) TIMD in feedback amplifiers. This is done by showing the existence of input signals whose peak amplitudes exceed the "worst case" input signal used in  and yet do not produce output stage clipping.
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