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A High Power Voltage Regulation Circuit for High Power Transistorized Amplifiers

This paper describes a 50 v high-current regulation circuit which will supply peak current (5 amp) and response (.05 ohm at 20 kc) necessary to minimize regulation distortion in high power transistorized audio amplifiers. This circuit is designed to minimize the poweer waste often associated with power regulation.

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JAES Volume 10 Issue 3 pp. 236-240; July 1962
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