n. A type of feedback in which the system’s output is inverted and then coupled to the system’s input. Negative feedback stabilizes systems. It reduces the overall gain, since a part of the inverted output bucks the signal being processed, but in so doing, minimizes the chances of oscillation. Feedback is also used in op-amps to control the amplifier’s transfer function.Contrast with positive feedback.
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