Support Document Index.
The material in these documents varies from original design ideas to standard theory which some design engineers will already be familiar with.
Design Notes No.1.
Some variations and why they may not be good ideas.
Design Notes No.2.
Discrete transistor driver stages.
Design Notes No.3.
Bridge amplifier variations.
Design Notes No.4.
Slew rate, t.i.d. and so on.
Design Notes No.5.
Advantages of bridge amplifiers:
Power rating, safe operating area, load impedance variations etc.
Design Notes No.6.
Design Notes No.7.
Parallel amplifiers. A new variation.
How much power do you need?
A better amplifier with mosfets?
Introduction To Feedforward.
The Latest Variation.
PHOTOS Past and present designs.
QUAD 303 MODIFICATION.
PART 1. Reflections on a Transmission Line. This article belongs in the physics section, but there is some interest in the properties of cables in audio applications, so it is also included here.
PART 2. Conduction in Metals. This is an attempt to explain the high linearity of ordinary metal cables, with particular reference to copper cables at audio frequencies.
Last updated Nov 1, 2003.
Copyright © 2000 M.J.Renardson.