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Dual stage feedback technique for single pole feedback compensation

This paper proposes and studies the effects of a dual stage compensation technique for achieving greater than 100kHz crossover frequency of a single pole system converting from 48v to 1.2v. By placing a separate non inverting gain stage after the error amplifier, the necessary gain bandwidth of the op amp can be significantly reduced allowing for high crossover frequency and good transient response.

Joseph Aguilar

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