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Distortion in power amplifiers, Part I: the sources of distortion

1/2/2008 07:00 PM EST
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re: Distortion in power amplifiers, Part I: the sources of distortion
HSB   4/22/2008 1:40:51 PM
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Awesome presentation , Briefly covered the topics in detail.The whole article can be carried as amplifier hand book. I think, this could be the best artice available on net.

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atomic tommy 123   1/4/2008 6:29:49 AM
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good stuff!learned a lot!

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