The subject of this paper is the design of an ultrastable, fixed- frequency power supply capable of maintaining a high degree of amplitude stability over a wide range of resistive load values. The requirement for such a power supply originally arose in connection with the design of a particular piece of test equipment required by Sandia Corporation. No attempt will be made in this paper to justify or explain the necessity for the specified design criteria outlined in the following paragraphs other than to adequately define the design criteria.
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Allen, Bobby O.. "An Amplitude-Stable, Fixed-Frequency Transistorized Power Supply." (1959). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/ece_etds/279