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Lecture 12 - Feedback Compensation of an Operational Amplifier

Topics include: behavior of non-linear systems; non-linearity and dynamics; linearization technique and notation; Earnshaw’s Theorem; demo with iron ball and magnetic field; linearized analysis; flywheel energy storage and magnetic suspensions. Recorded: 1985.

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James K. Roberge: Electronic Feedback Systems

James K. Roberge: Electronic Feedback Systems

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