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Novel Feedback Topology Obviates the Need for High Loop Gain
A novel feedback topology is presented, differing from 'classical' feedback by an additional feedback term, inversely proportioned to open-loop transfer function. The result is the elimination of the open-loop transfer function from the closed-loop equation, without requiring high loop gain. An example circuit, implemented with simple means, is discussed, showing a distortion reduction of several orders of magnitude.
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