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Old 31st October 2003, 03:53 AM   #1
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Default Proper Bypassing for a Virtual ground Load

The illustrated schematic denotes my version of bypassing a virtual ground connected amplifier load. Analog Devices app not an-202 denotes this method to contain the load within a small loop. I took this one step further and added a 10,000pF Polystyrene capacitor on previously un bypassed sides of each section. The 0.22uF Teflon capacitors are the largest value I can put in the space allotted so hopefully that is a large enough value. Any thoughts on if this is a valid method in this situation of if better alternatives exist. Thanks in advance

Pg3 fig 3A showes the method hear.
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