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A Note on -An Amplifier Input Stage Design Criterion for the Suppression of Dynamic Distortion- and Author's Reply

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It is indicated that the input stage design criterion given by Leach [1] 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 [1] and yet do not produce output stage clipping.

JAES Volume 31 Issue 12 pp. 936-938; December 1983
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