Back in 2011, Bob Pease came across a design idea in a competing publication. The idea involved a way to set the voltage of a linear regulator using an op amp on the adjustment pin (Fig. 1). Pease was fine with the basic idea, but his eagle eye noticed there would be problems with the LM741 used in the circuit. Pease instead recommended the
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