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Title: Analysis and design of a micropower low-voltage class D audio amplifier
Authors: Cheng, Zhihong.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Electrical and electronic engineering::Electronic systems
Issue Date: 1995
Abstract: Many electronic systems are designed to convert signals picked up from the physical world by input transducers to electrical signals, process the electrical signal, and reconvert the processed electrical signals back into physical values via output transducers. In many of these systems, an amplifier serves to provide gain and sufficient drive to enable the output transducer load to be driven. From the system design viewpoint, an amplifier can be classified as a front-end interface processor between the input transducer and the signal processing circuit, and back-end interface processor between the signal processing circuit and the output transducer.
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