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The four basic feedback topologies: (a) voltage-sampling series-mixing (series-shunt) topology; (b) current-sampling shunt-mixing (shunt-series) topology; (c) current-sampling series-mixing (series-series) topology; (d) voltage-sampling shunt-mixing (shunt-shunt) topology.

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**Fig. 8.8 The series-shunt feedback amplifier: (a) ideal structure; (b) equivalent circuit.**

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**Fig. 8.9 Measuring the output resistance of the feedback amplifier of Fig. 8.8 (a): Rof Vt/I.**

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Fig Derivation of the A circuit and circuit for the series-shunt feedback amplifier. (a) Block diagram of a practical series-shunt feedback amplifier. (b) The circuit in (a) with the feedback network represented by its h parameters. (c) The circuit in (b) after neglecting h21.

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Fig Summary of the rules for finding the A circuit and for the voltage-sampling series-mixing case of Fig. 8.10(a).

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**Fig. 8.12 Circuits for Example 8.1.**

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**Fig. 8.13 The series-series feedback amplifier: (a) ideal structure; (b) equivalent circuit.**

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**Fig. 8.14 Measuring the output resistance Rof of the series-series feedback amplifier.**

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Fig Derivation of the A circuit and circuit for the series-series feedback amplifiers. (a) A series-series feedback amplifier. (b) The circuit of (a) with the feedback network represented by its z parameters. (c) A redrawing of the circuit in (b) after neglecting z21.

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**Fig. 8.16 Finding the A circuit and for the current-sampling series-mixing (series-series) case.**

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**Fig. 8.17 Circuits for Example 8.2.**

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**Fig. 8.18 Ideal structure for the shunt-shunt feedback amplifier.**

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**Fig. 8.19 Block diagram for a practical shunt-shunt feedback amplifier.**

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**Fig. 8.20 Finding the A circuit and for the voltage-sampling shunt-mixing (shunt-shunt) case.**

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**Fig. 8.22 Ideal structure for the shunt-series feedback amplifier.**

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**Fig. 8.23 Block diagram for practical shunt-series feedback amplifier**

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**Fig. 8.24 Finding the A circuit and for the current-sampling shunt-mixing (shunt-series) case.**

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**Fig. 8.25-1 Circuits for Example 8.4.**

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**Fig. 8.25-2 Circuits for Example 8.4.**

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**Fig. 8.36 Bode plot for the loop gain A illustrating the definitions of the gain and phase margins.**

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**Fig. 8.37 Stability analysis using Bode plot of |A|.**

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**Fig. 8. 38 Frequency compensation for = 10-2**

Fig Frequency compensation for = The response labeled A’ is obtained by introducing an additional pole at fD. The A” response is obtained by moving the original low-frequency pole to f’D.

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