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    Phatom zero compensation

    Hi guys,

    I read somewhere in the forum that we could use a phantom zero to compensate an amplifier.

    It is the first time I hear or read something like this.

    Does anyone knows anything about this? Can explain? An references?

    Best regards.

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    Re: Phatom zero compensation

    Quote Originally Posted by CAMALEAO View Post
    ... use a phantom zero to compensate an amplifier.

    An references?
    Try this one.



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    Re: Phatom zero compensation

    Thanks for the link. Although very interesting and complete in termos of general controle theory, where can I fins reference to the phantom zero?

    Regards.



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    Re: Phatom zero compensation

    Once again, G00GLE is your friend.



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