If I have a very tiny signal voltage and I want to amplify it 100 times higher with low noise amplifier, how should I design the circuit? I mean for example how should I know that I need capacitors or resistors or both. How to determine the amount for each resistor?
I know this is related to electrical engineering textbooks for circuit design and signal conditioning but I am not electrical engineer and I was wondering if there is a book that already has prepared some circuits for people like me who do not want to design from scratch?
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Beginner electronics. Searching the internet is your friend. There are so many web sites for beginning electronics.
One place to go : http://www.hobbyprojects.com/
With amplifiers, the word GAIN is used to describe how much more the output signal is compared to the input signal. You could search for "amplifier gain 100".
EDIT : To other commentors and other answers, Try to use Key Words in answers and comments, so that other newbies could find this question more easily on a search.