grid neutralization

grid neutralization

[′grid ‚nü·trə·lə′zā·shən]
(electronics)
Method of amplifier neutralization in which a portion of the grid-cathode alternating-current voltage is shifted 180° and applied to the plate-cathode circuit through a neutralizing capacitor.
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