I don't know if it is a general statement about feedback amplifiers but the feedback forces the transistor to track a constant gain of the input. The inductors filter out the high frequencies and leave a demodulated audio signal behind for you to enjoy.Hello,
I'm working on feedback amplifiers such as the picture below and I've read that they're great for radio frequencies. So why is that and how do they help with gain?
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