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A compact, high performance PWM hybrid amplifier module, currently under development at Nikon Research Corporation of America, is described. This module has a compact volume of 6-cubic in and a power output capability of 1400 W continuous and 2450 V-A peak. The circuitry is optimized to reduce distortion and increase the linearity of this device, making it appropriate for audio amplification.:
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