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Number: 330/106
Name: Amplifiers > Signal feedback > In series with input source
Description: Subject matter wherein the "signal feedback circuit means" is in series with the signal input source between the point in the signal circuit from which the signal feedback is derived to the point in the circuit at which the signal feedback is applied.










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3972002 Dual feedback amplifier Jul. 27, 1976











 
 
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