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Power supplies with low regulation have always been an important consideration in the electronic and allied fields. This naturally dictates the use of voltage-regulated power supplies of the types described previously by Hunt and Hickman and other investigators. It is the purpose of this paper to discuss the problems involved and to develop an orderly procedure for designing and constructing these voltage regulated power supplies for specific applications. The correlation between design data and actual tests on a finished model will also be shown.