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Iterative operator method of nonlinear compensation in recursive systems

E. B. Solovyeva, S. A. Degtyarev


The iterative operator method of “blind” linearization was used for the compensation of nonlinear distortions of signals in recursive systems. A nonlinear compensator was synthesized for the suppression of signal distortions in electrodynamic loudspeaker. The iterative operator method was shown to surpass in terms of accuracy the fixed point method.

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