This paper describes and explains the theory of the Feed-back principle and demonstrates how stability of amplification, reduction of modulation products, and certain other advantages follow when stabilized feed-back is applied to an amplifier. The underlying principle of design by means of which ``singing'' is avoided also is set Forth. The paper concludes with some examples of results obtained on amplifiers which have been built employing this new principle.
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