John Broskie's Guide to Tube Circuit Analysis & Design
 

09 June 2005

New Broskie!
On June 1st 2005, at 3:54 AM, in Davis, California, Gemma Broskie was born. She and my wife are in excellent health and my son has a sister! She weighs six pounds fifteen ounces and she is 19 inches long. Thus, the missing postings; I hope to catch up soon.

 

Auto-bias and the circlotron OTL amplifier
Back in 2001, I covered a circuit to balance the idle current (and thus to eliminate the DC offset) of a circlotron OTL amplifier, which easily could have been part of the auto-bias series of blog entries. Here's the link. The title is "Subject: active DC offset correction."

 

//JRB

     

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