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Stability of first-order sampling and thyristor systems

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Half-order subharmonic instability, which can occur in closed-loop systems containing an ideal sampler feeding a first-order load, does not occur when the sampler is replaced by a thyristor amplifier with the same d.c. gain. Analysis by the subharmonic describing-function method indicates that both systems are stable and so time domain analyses are presented which account for their behaviour.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 22 )