Going through Design with Operational Amplifiers and Analog Integrated Cricuits, in Chapter 3, problem 3.4 I am asked:
The circuit of Fig. P3.4 is a noninverting differentiator.
- (a) Derive its transfer function.
- (b) Specify component values for a unity-gain frequency of 100 Hz.
I know that for a differentiator such as this,
H(s) = -RCs
and for example, a resistor and capacitor in parallel, the impedance Z1 is equal to
The closest example I could find was that of a Deboo integrator, whose transfer function is
H(s) = 1/RCs.
I am still struggling to understand how to extract the transfer function for Figure3.4. Any help would be appreciated.