BASIC OP-AMP CIRCUITS
1. To study the ac characteristics of the non-inverting op-amp configuration.
2. To study the ac characteristics of the inverting op-amp configuration.
3. To study the ac characteristics of the integrator op-a
AC RLC Circuits
AC circuits contain a continuously varying current and voltage that oscillates
sinusoidially with time.
LC circuits produce an oscillating EMF/current.
Rotation loops produce alternating EMFs/currents.
We can express such an alternating vo
The OP AMP
Amplifiers, in general, taking as input, one or more electrical signals, and produce as
output, one or more variations of these signals. The most common use of an amplifier is to
accept a small electrical signal and increase the voltage or powe
Capacitors in Series and Parallel
Information found in Lesson 1418-1.
Basic Schematics, Formulas and
Wiring Diagrams on a Trainer
Things to Remember
Disc type and tantalum capacitors do not
have a stated polarity. This type of
capacitor does not have a s
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6 Op-Amp Basics
The operational ampli er is one of the most useful and important components of analog electronics. They are widely used in popular electronics. Their primary limitation is that they are not especially fast: The typica
The RLC Circuit
The RLC circuit is the electrical circuit consisting of a resistor of resistance R, a coil of inductance L, a capacitor of capacitance C and a voltage source arranged in series. If the charge V C R
L on the capacitor is Q and the current f
Operational amplifiers are convenient building blocks that can be used to build amplifiers, filters, and even an analog computer. Op-amps are integrated circuits composed of many transistors & resistors such that the resulting circuit follow
C H A P TER
This chapter introduces the underlying concepts widely used in routing protocols. Topics summarized here include routing protocol components and algorithms. In addition, the role of routing protocols is briefly contrasted with
Electrical ResonanceRLC circuits Purpose: To investigate resonance phenomena that result from forced motion near a system's natural frequency. In this case the system will be a variety of RLC circuits. Theory: You are already familiar with the concept of