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University The of Portland School of Engineering EE451 Advanced Analog Electronics HOMEWORK 4 Assigned: Due: Reminder: Problems: 1) Text: 4.10 (b only) 2) Text: 4.14 3) Calculate the SNR of the circuit below. Assume the opamp is fT=1MHz, noisy, 0.5 0.5 Vn(f)=10nV/Hz , In+(f)=10pA/Hz , In-(f)=0, vi-rms=10mV, and all resistors are noise-free. Tues, Sept 30, 2008 Tues, Oct 7, 2008 Midterm Exam: Thurs, Oct 9, 2008...

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University The of Portland School of Engineering EE451 Advanced Analog Electronics HOMEWORK 4 Assigned: Due: Reminder: Problems: 1) Text: 4.10 (b only) 2) Text: 4.14 3) Calculate the SNR of the circuit below. Assume the opamp is fT=1MHz, noisy, 0.5 0.5 Vn(f)=10nV/Hz , In+(f)=10pA/Hz , In-(f)=0, vi-rms=10mV, and all resistors are noise-free. Tues, Sept 30, 2008 Tu...

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