What is the bode plot of an inverting op amp if you replace the resistors with caps? What if you now add a capacitive load to the output?
I ran a quick simulation and the bode plot looks as follows. It looks as though there are two poles but I am still confused about how to analytically derive the transfer function and analytically calculate the poles. Would it just be -C1/Cf where the frequency terms (jw) cancel out?
It seems some clarification is needed on this question. A non-inverting op amp is shown below. In this common configuration, I want to analyze the circuit if you were to replace the resistors with capacitors. I ran a quick simulation as seen in my first update. I now understand that the gain of the circuit is -C1/Cf. However I am confused as to how to hand calculate poles for the bode plot of this circuit. Any help is much appreciated.