The degree of linearity of semiconductor-based electronic circuits determines the interference. An Advance Linearization Principle and circuit synthesis methods were recently proposed for the linearization of these circuits. The results of theoretical and experimental investigations demonstrate the effectiveness of the self-linearization and compensation methods using linear and nonlinear elements for suppressing the nonlinearity of diode and transistor containing circuits.


This paper advocates for this promising new approach to circuit linearization, both in its theoretical and practical applications. It describes the self-linearization principle, procedure, and the circuits involved, and aims to demonstrate the efficiency of the experimental voltage-current characteristics for diode and transistor-based circuits.