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Post subject: Low frequency Stability Posted: Wed Feb 27,
2008 11:22 pm
Joined: Wed Feb 27, 2008 11:12
i'm new too all this...hope to
learn from this forum.
what's the best way to obtain stability
for HBT for 50 MHz to 1 GHz band for values for IC design. I tried feedback
but the Cfb in the feedback loop is having too much affect on the bandwith
and requires a big values for IC design (close to 40 pF). Shouldn't
Cfb actually just provide blocking without much affecting the ac response?
thanks a lot!!