Assume I have an input voltage ranging from 5-10 MHz and want to amplify it. The case is pretty simple as any device as FET,BJT or high frequency op-amp can do the amplification well but I have a ...
simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab I asked a question yesterday about the circuit above, but my notes showed the op amp terminals mistakenly swapped and the ...
Consider this circuit: simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab It's not clear to me what this circuit does. Here's what I think I understand: Depending on the ...
The schematic above is a very good voltage regulator, excepting the high power dissipation for Q1 (also I'd use an NPN instead of a PNP). Can I replace Q1 and Q2 with a high current n-mosfet and ...
In an attempt to have a square wave with a voltage-controlled amplitude, I've made this little circuit: Unfortunately, when negating, it has a slight offset from -Vin. I assume this is because ...
So I've seen alot of explanations on two stage voltage amplifiers and how how their gains can be multiplied together. My question is when you are using a two stage common emitter amplifier for current ...