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A New Technique for Minimizing Distortion

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Most amplifiers today are based on designs that exhibit low distortion. Feedforward and feedback schemes have been suggested to refine the circuit performance further, each possessing inherent advantages and drawbacks. A method is presented which provides an improvement in performance by modulating the loop gain of a feedback amplifier. Following a theoretical discussion are experimental results that test the theory.

JAES Volume 31 Issue 5 pp. 320-325; May 1983
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