Lecture 31
Op amp Based Sinusoidal Oscillator
Objectives: To present the most famous op amp based oscillators
(a) Wien-Bridge
(b) Phase shift,
(c) Quadrature.
The Wien-Bridge Oscillator
The Wien-Bridge oscillator circuit is shown in Fig. 1. It uses an op
Lecture 30
Analysis of Sinusoidal Oscillators
Objectives:
Present two ways of finding the characteristic equation (CEQ) of an amplifier
Give examples of determining the CEQs
Explain how to get the frequency and condition of oscillation from the CEQ
Discus
Lecture 30
Objectives:
1. Present a direct method of calculating the loop gain
2. Give examples with systematic procedure to find the loop gain
3. Explain the relationship between loop gain value and stability
4. Discuss the relationship between stability
Lecture 25
Shunt-Shunt Feedback
Objectives:
1. Develop approach to deal with shunt-shunt topology.
2. Discuss characteristics of shunt-shunt topology
3. Develop a systematic procedure to calculate the closed loop gain of shunt-shunt
topology
4. Explain ho
Lecture 26
Shunt-series Feedback
Objectives:
1. Develop approach to deal with shunt-series topology.
2. Discuss characteristics of shunt-series topology
3. Develop a systematic procedure to calculate the closed loop gain of shunt-series
topology
4. Explai
Lecture 27
General Study of the Feedback Amplifiers
Objectives:
1. Summarize concepts of negative feedback.
2. Learn more ideas from previous lectures examples
3. Give some hints for faster solution
4. Present new examples
At the end of this lecture you w
Lecture 32
LC Oscillators
Objectives: At the end of this lecture you should be able to:
(a)
(b)
Understand and Design Colpitts Oscillator
Understand and Design a Hartley Oscillator
Op amp based RC oscillators are suitable for low frequency (less than 100K
Lecture 33
Square Wave Generators
Objectives:
1. Understand the operation of comparator based circuit
2. Understand the operation of bistable multivibarators
3. Explain the development of square wave generators
- Square wave oscillators usually utilize a
Lecture 28
Additional Examples about Feedback Amplifiers
Objectives: to present several examples about feedback theory in details.
At the end of this lecture you will be able to:
1. Analyze any feedback amplifier
2. Design amplifiers using feedback theory
Lecture 24
Series-Series Feedback
Objectives:
1. Develop approach to deal with series-series topology.
2. Discuss characteristics of series-series topology
3. Develop a systematic procedure to calculate the closed loop gain of series-series
topology
4. Ex
Lecture 20
Synthesis of single-amplifier biquads (SABs)
Objectives: To present synthesis procedure of single-amplifier biquads (SABs), to
utilize complementary transformation to develop more biquads.
At the end of this class you will be able to:
1. Unders
Lecture 17
First order filters
Objectives:
1. Study different types of first order filters
2. Develop the Bode plot of their frequency response
3. Present their passive realization
4. Analyze op amp RC realization
At the end of this class you will be able
Lecture 19
Second-order Biquad Op Amp realization
Objective: Design and analysis of second order active filters based on single op amp
At the end of this class you will be able to:
1. Analyze op amp biquad
2. Obtain the transfer function of a given filter
Lecture 16
Introduction to Filters
Objectives:
1. Introduce different type of filters
2. Discuss characteristics of the different filters
3. Study general filter transfer function
4. Give specifications of different filters
At the end of this class you wi
Lecture 18
Second order filter functions
Objectives: To study the transfer function and characteristics of different second order
filters.
At the end of this class you will be able to:
1. Recognize general second-order transfer function of filters
2. Reco
Lecture 15
Integrator and Differentiator
Objective: To present an op amp integrator and differentiator. The circuit techniques
applied for resistive op amp circuits can be extended to study op amp circuits
with both resistors and capacitors. The most fund
Lecture 14
DC imperfections of the op amp
Objectives: to study DC imperfections of the op amp. This includes offset voltage,
biasing and offset currents and PSSR.
At the end of this class you should be able to:
* Analyze op amp circuits with offset voltag
Lecture 11
Non-ideal Operational Amplifiers (op amp)
Objectives
Study non-ideal op amp behavior.
Demonstrate circuit analysis techniques for non-ideal op amps.
At the end of this class you should be able to:
* Analyze op amp circuits assuming finite gain,
Lecture 12
Parameters of Operational Amplifiers
Objectives
Understand frequency response limitations of op amp circuits.
Study the bandwidth of cascaded amplifiers
At the end of this class you should be able to:
* Analyze op amp circuits assuming finite g
Lecture 13
Limitations of Operation Amplifiers
Objective: to discuss the large signal limitations of the op amp.
At the end of this class you should be able to:
* Understand the output voltage and current limitation
* Understand the effects of slew rate
*
Lecture 08
Multistage Amplifier Frequency Response
Objectives
To understand the principle of operation and the advantage of the cascode amplifier.
To explore the advantage of the CC-CE cascade amplifier and compare it with the
cascode amplifier.
To calcul
Lecture 10
Inverting Amplifiers
Objectives:
Present several op amp based linear applications (resistive circuits).
Characterize inverting, non-inverting, summing and instrumentation amplifiers
Learn factors involved in circuit design using op amps.
At the
Lecture 6
More Single Stage Amplifiers Frequency Response
Objectives
To calculate the dominant poles and the amplifier bandwidth for the remaining
BJT single stage amplifier configurations namely the common-base and the
common-collector amplifiers.
To cal
Lecture 9
Operation Amplifiers
Objective:
Characteristics of ideal operational amplifiers (op amps)
Theory of operation
Circuit analysis techniques assuming ideal op amps.
At the end of this class you should be able to:
Understand the basic theory of ide
Lecture 07
Differential Amplifier Frequency Response
Objectives
To calculate the dominant poles and the amplifier bandwidth for differential amplifier.
To calculate the frequency response of the CMRR of the differential amplifier.
To calculate the dominan
Lecture 5b
Common Emitter Amplifier Frequency Response (2)
Objectives
To analyze the CE amplifiers and to calculate different poles and zeros
which determine its frequency response
To calculate the dominant poles and the CE amplifier bandwidth
To analyze
Lecture 05 a
Common Emitter Amplifier Frequency Response (1)
Objectives
To analyze the CE amplifiers and to calculate different poles
and zeros which determine its frequency response
To calculate the dominant poles and the CE amplifier bandwidth
Introduct
Lecture 1
Single-Time-Constant (STC) Circuits
Objectives
To analyze and understand STC circuits with emphasis on time constant
calculations
To identify different STC configurations: low pass and high pass
To study the switching performance of the STC circ
Lecture 3B
MOSFET High Frequency Model and Amplifier Frequency Response
Objectives
To review the small signal BJT models at low frequencies
To study the high frequency BJT models
To estimate the BJT unity-gain frequency
Introduction
In the last two lectur
Lecture 4c
Determination of Poles & Zeros of CS Amplifiers (2)
Objectives
To calculate different poles and zeros which
determine the frequency response of CS
amplifiers
To calculate the dominant poles and the
amplifier bandwidth
Direct Determination of Hi