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EE 140 : Analog Integrated Circuits Lecture 1m CTN 1/18/11 Copyright © 2011 Regents of the University of California 1 EE 140 1 CTN Op amps are everywhere in practical circuits: (e.g., for solid- state guitar amplifiers, instrumentation, measurement tools, etc.) Op amps that can be used to build practical board-level circuits are often implemented via bipolar junction transistor technology Op Amps Are Everywhere
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EE 140 : Analog Integrated Circuits Lecture 1m CTN 1/18/11 Copyright © 2011 Regents of the University of California 2 EE 140 2 CTN Op Amps Are Everywhere e.g., the 741 op amp, which has been a workhorse instrumentation op amp for decades Today, application specific integrated circuits (ASICs) for
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Unformatted text preview: mixed analog/digital signal applications (e.g., A/D converters) utilize many op amps on the die level such ASICs generally utilize CMOS op amps EE 140 : Analog Integrated Circuits Lecture 1m : Admin & Overview CTN 1/18/11 Copyright 2011 Regents of the University of California 3 EE 140 3 CTN Op Amps Are Everywhere Below : bandgap reference using a CMOS op amp Again, this course will focus mainly on the innards of op amps Focus : CMOS, with some BJT coverage so you can work with practical board-level circuits, as well The first step towards analyzing and designing op amps is to understand the transistor technologies upon which they are based...
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