This is my first question of Electrical Engineering SE.

I have the following circuit. I want to calculate it's transfer function, considering ideal Op amps and circuit elements. I have almost completed the analysis of the circuit. Vb = -Vinput because of R0 = Ro and i know that the second Op Amp U4 acts as a mixer, it will add two signals accordingly (based on superposition theorem). I want to ask one thing that is not clear to me. What is the voltage entering the inverting input of the second Op Amp? Not in numbers, in terms relative to the other voltages we know that are present in the circuit such as Vinput. What is not clear to me is that the capacitor (non polarized) C2 lies between Vin and Va(ground) and therefore it creates a voltage drop (or does it?). Also Va should be zero because of virtual ground of Op Amp U4. Therefore does that mean that the second signal on the inverting input of U4 is Vinput? (never mind the first signal, that one is coming from the first op amp and it's -Vinput*(other stuff)) I'm confused with this. If someone could help me out i would be very grateful. Don't consider values of capacitors or R2, R1. I want to understand the logic behind this particular thing. Thanks in advance!

• Do you assume that C2 could transfer a DC voltage Vin to the U4 opamp input?
– LvW
Aug 23 '15 at 17:02