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This paper proposes an advanced -reduction technique of pole-splitting compensations for low dropout (LDO) regulator. The output pole is load dependent and may cause the scenario of complex poles when load current changes. LDO regulators may oscillate because high-incurs the less gain and phase margins. The reasons of causing complex poles depend on the design methodology. For the design of capacitor-free LDO regulator, high-issue happens when load current changes from heavy to light. Recentdoi:10.1109/tpel.2008.2002053 fatcat:4hsz2577qrcwli7w6fql777d6e