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pole-zero doublet in gain boosted amplifier

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mischivis

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I know that there can be a pole-zero doublet in a gain boosted amplifier which can
negatively effect your settling time. My question is, is there a condition that you can
impose on the UGBW (unity gain bandwidth) of the gain boosted amplifier, the UGBW
of the boosting amplifiers, and the first non-dominant pole of the gain boosted
amplifier such that you will never have a slow settling time due to this pole-zero
doublet?
 

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