Im just surfing and find you. Well, once i made a DC stabilizer
myself, but so far, i've not found any DC regulators which have better
performance than mine and i get interested in hosting the page at
You need to look at remote sensing (4 terminal) regulated power
supplies. With those, the voltage is sensed /at the load terminals/ -
not at the power supply output terminals. Hence, any voltage drop in the
connecting cables is automatically allowed for.
There are other techniques, more designed for improving the dynamic
source impedance of the supply. This is often needed for highly
efficient supplies which have low loss even at light loading. Typically
they use a pre-regulator which tracks loading and presents an optimal
power source to the main regulator.
(was: New Concept of an 'Ideal' DC Stabilizer)
As has been pointed out here and elsewhere,
RE-discovering something is not novel.
...and if you MUST post the *same* thing to MULTIPLE groups,
learn the proper technique:
In addition, this is Usenet
 There are _numerous_ other "Netiquette" guides you could read.