Negative Feedback


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Negative Feedback
101060810106011030300 Negative FeedbackNegative feedback is probably one of the most pervasive and revealing examples of how the physical universe works. Humans, for one, would not avoid injuries and survive without perceiving and reacting to their constantly changing environment. Stopping at the door, for example, requires the brain to "counter" its forward motion when it receives a visual indication that the door is near. Feeding images, sounds, and odors that prompt the brain to "stop" this way constitutes "negative feedback" because feeding back "positive" commands when the body nears the door wou…
Citation
Gabriel Alfonso Rincon-Mora (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.): Analog IC Design with Low-Dropout Regulators, Second Edition. Negative Feedback, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export