Multiple-Path Feedback Amplifiers

Multiple-Path Feedback Amplifiers

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This paper presents the amplifier feedback analysis. Multiple paths through amplifiers are common, and multiple methods are often applicable for finding a circuit quantity of interest.

Chapter Contents:

  • Multipath Feedback Circuits
  • Common-Base Amplifier Feedback Analysis
  • Common-Emitter Amplifier Feedback Analysis
  • Common-Collector Amplifier Feedback Analysis
  • Inverting Op-Amp with Output Resistance
  • Feedback Analysis of the Shunt-Feedback Amplifier
  • Shunt-Feedback Amplifier Substitution Theorem Analysis
  • Idealized Shunt-Feedback Amplifier
  • Cascode and Differential Shunt-Feedback Amplifiers
  • Blackman's Resistance Formula
  • The Asymptotic Gain Method
  • Emitter-Coupled Feedback Amplifier
  • Emitter-Coupled Feedback Amplifier Example
  • Audiotape Playback Amplifier Examples
  • Closure

Inspec keywords: network analysis; feedback amplifiers

Other keywords: network analysis; multiple path feedback amplifiers

Subjects: Amplifiers; General circuit analysis and synthesis methods

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