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ELEC 300V: FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRO-ROBOTIC Amplifier Fundamental Mansun Chan Department of ECE, HKUST
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ELEC 300V Analog Amplification Signals from sensors are usually very small and requires amplification before it can be digitized or processed Question of interest: how good the amplified signal when compared with the original? ansun M Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Department of Electronic & Computer
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ELEC 300V Input and Output of Amplifier mplifier type put Quantity utput Quantity Output = Gain x Input Amplifier type Input Quantity Output Quantity Current Amplifier Current Current ransresistance urrent oltage Transresistance Current Voltage Transconductance Voltage Current oltage Amplifier oltage oltage Voltage Amplifier Voltage Voltage As most of the data are represented y voltage we will focus our s ost o t e data a e ep ese ted by o tage , e ocus ou discussion on Voltage amplifier ansun M Hong Kong University of Science & Technology, Department of Electronic & Computer
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ELEC 300V Example of Voltage Amplifier 5V B in B R V V I 7 . 0 V V R V R I V V in L L C out 7 . 0
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2011 for the course ELEC 300V taught by Professor C.ytsuiandmansunchan during the Fall '08 term at HKUST.

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