On The Realities Of Non-Linear Distortion In CATV Amplifiers (1973)

By Jacob Shekel, Jerrold Electronics Corporation

This paper is a report on two experiments that I recently conducted while studying the non-linear distortion in wide-band transistor CATV amplifiers, and my interpretation of the results.

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