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The 5-Minute Method for Stabilizing Any Control Loop


By Steve Sandler | January 28, 2020


“Poor control loop stability results in degraded power supply rejection ratio, transient response, output noise, and, for mixed signal circuits, degraded jitter. Datasheet application examples and reference designs do not often include stability information, and measurements often conclude the stability is poor.


One method of designing stable control loops is to create an accurate broadband simulation model and to use pole zero compensation to optimize phase margin, gain margin and stability margin…” Click here to read entire article

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