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EE 310 Lecture 28 Operational Amplifiers Properties of an Ideal Op Amp: 1. 2. 3. 4. Lecture 28 Page 1

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Ideal vs. Nonideal Op Amps EE 310 Lecture 28 Lecture 28 Page 2
The Inverting Op-Amp Configuration Derive the voltage gain expression for the inverting op amp: EE 310 Lecture 28 Lecture 28 Page 3

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Currents and Voltages in the Ideal Op Amp Solve for the input resistance of the inverting op amp: EE 310 Lecture 28 Lecture 28 Page 4
Design Example Design an inverting amplifier with a gain of −5 V/V (choose values for

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Unformatted text preview: R 1 and R 2 ). The amplifier is driven by a source having an internal resistance of 1 k Ω , an output voltage of 100 sin ( ωt ) mV, and is able to supply a maximum current of 5 μ A. EE 310 Lecture 28 Lecture 28 Page 5 The Effect of Finite Op-Amp Gain Derive the voltage gain expression for the inverting op amp when the device gain, A od , is finite: EE 310 Lecture 28 Lecture 28 Page 6 EE 310 Lecture 28 Op-Amp Formulas Lecture 28 Page 7...
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