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Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 2009 Danang University of Technology
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Lecture 5 The Operational Amplifier (chapter 5)
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Preview Be able to describe and use the voltage and current constraints in an ideal op amp Be able to analyze simple circuits containing ideal op amps Understand the following circuits consisting of op amps: inverting amplifier, summing amplifier, non- inverting amplifier, difference amplifier Understand the more realistic model for an op amp. Be able to use this model to analyze simple circuits containing op amps.
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Op Amp The operational amplifier (or op amp for short) is a fundamental building block in circuit design. Stuffed inside a chip are a bunch of transistors and other elements that make up a near-ideal voltage controlled voltage source (VCVS) with near-infinite gain. We will start by assuming it is ideal… The more realistic model for an op amp will be studied at the end of the chapter
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The 741 Op Amp The 741 is the godfather of all operational amplifiers
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