Experiment 3 - A: The predicted unity gain bandwidth is...

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Experiment 3: Non-Ideal Op-Amps For Professor Dick By Joe Doyle JEE3310 Lab Partners: Ryan Mason Seth Bartnick
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Ali Jaquar Nathan Dalton Part 1 0 Q: What is the break frequency of the dominant pole for this operational amplifier? 1 A: The break frequency was around -3dB at 9Hz. 2 3 Q: What is the gain-bandwidth product? 4 A: The gain-bandwidth product at -3dB is 1.396 MHz. {155117x9Hz=1.396MHz} 5 Q: Extrapolate the gain curve at high frequency to predict the unity gain bandwidth?
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Unformatted text preview: A: The predicted unity gain bandwidth is 1.572MHz. 1 {(1.396M-X)/(103.81-0)=(2.257M- 1.396M)/(47.1-103.81) yields X=1.572M} 6 7 Q: Are the gain-bandwidth product and unity gain bandwidth values equal? 8 A: No, they are not equal but they do show similar results 9 10 11 Q: How much uncertainty do you estimate for these measurements? 12 A: 13 14 15 Q: Are your measured results within specifications for this amplifier? 16 A: 17...
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