Lec29 - proportional to the average of the input voltage....

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Lecture 29 figures 1 Fig. 29-1: An op amp set up as in integrator. The voltage across the capacitor is proportional to their charge q(t) , which grows as the time-integral of the input current, i(t) . Fig. 29-2: The dependent source model of an integrating op amp circuit. Fig. 29-3: The input voltage v in (t) to the integrating op amp. Fig. 29-4: The output voltage v out (t) of the integrating op amp. Fig. 29-5: An op amp set up as a signal averager. The output voltage v out (t) is
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Unformatted text preview: proportional to the average of the input voltage. Lecture 29 figures 2 Fig. 29-6: The input voltage v in (t) to the averaging op amp. Fig. 29-7: The output voltage v out (t) of the averaging op amp. Fig. 29-8: An op amp circuit with a first-order network at the input. Fig. 29-9: The voltage output from the op amp circuit of Fig. 29-8. Fig. 29-10: The voltage input to the op amp circuit of Fig. 29-8. Fig. 29-11: The output voltage for the input of Fig. 29-10....
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course ECE 201 taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at Purdue.

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