Feedforward Applied To CATV Amplifiers (1975)

By William A. O'Neil, Amplifier Design & Service, Inc.

The small size, stability, and efficient use of power of hybrid integrated circuits makes feedforward an attractive design technique for CATV amplifiers. This paper discusses the general design technique of feedforward and the resultant advantages and disadvantages. The most significant advantage is the reduction of all distortion- products appearing at the output of an amplifier.

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