Class-D audio amplifiers with negative feedback

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Cox, Stephen M.; Candy, B. H.;
  • Publisher: Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
  • Subject: class-D amplifier | mathematical model | total harmonic distortion

There are many different designs for audio amplifiers. Class-D, or switching, amplifiers generate their output signal in the form of a high-frequency square wave of variable duty cycle (ratio of on time to off time). The square-wave nature of the output allows a particu... View more
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