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Unformatted text preview: of 6 - Today 4:41 PM KVL at loop 3 algebra/handwaving happens and: Why is gain not dependent on R3 or R4: R4/R3 = R2/R1 Murphy's Law: Practical Considerations: 1. saturation: can occur when the input voltage and the
ampliﬁer gain product (v(in) * A ) exceeds the supply voltage
values: V(cc) and V(ee) Example: If no saturation: Suppose R1 = 1 kiloOhms, Rf = 100 kiloOhms V(in) = 0.6 Volts
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which is not
possible, so the
actual output is
-10Volts If Vcc = 0 and Vee = -20V, then V0 = -20 V What is Vd? (we have saturation, so
summing point cons...
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2014 for the course ECE 207 taught by Professor Szilagyi during the Spring '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.
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