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Is this the correct way to make a bandpass filter?

I'm trying to make a bandpass filter for a low voltage noisy electrical signal coming from a K-Type thermocouple To identify the frequencies I would need to filter out, I make a spectrum diagram using ...
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I'm trying to design a CE BJT amplifier with 260 gain and Bandwidth of 5.5Mhz

I'm struggling to design a common-emitter BJT amplifier for my college project. for this i selected a BC547 transistor and I have done the calculations by Assuming my Vcc as 12V. then I took Vce = 5V ...
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Modulation Bandwidth of LED

Following on my previous post I have photodiode connected to OpAmp in inverting transimpedance configuration. (Circuit diagram can be found in previous post). Excitation source is 4000K LED with ...
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How to determine band-pass frequency and bandwidth in photodiode TIA circuit

I'm trying to figure out how a photodiode amplifier circuit works. It is used in my university plasma physics lab to measure plasma density through laser interferometry. This circuit was designed 20 ...
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Slew rate and Bandwidth for 5 MHz signal

I'm trying to amplify a sine wave signal with opamps of high bandwidth and slew rate. It works fine up to about 700 kHz, then the gain decreases and about 1 MHz it's only 1, when it should be about 5. ...
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How to calculate the maximum measure level on the spectrum analyser?

Suppose that all individual spectrum lines in the range from 1 MHz to 2 MHz have the same level of 40 dBuV. The distance between the spectrum lines is 35 kHz. Measurements were performed using a peak ...
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Expanding oscilloscope bandwidth by amplifying higher frequencies

Is it possible to increase the oscilloscope bandwidth by: Adding an amplifier circuit to the oscilloscope input. This circuit would have a frequency-dependent gain selected in such a way as to ...
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op-amp bias current measurement

I am trying to measure the offset voltage and bias current using the technique below (Figure 2 and Figure 3) op-amp servo-loop My question is: can I use NJM4580 as the op-amp under test and use the op-...
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How does the "Multiplying Bandwidth" specification relate to a DAC output's maximum bandwidth

I'm struggling to understand what it means for a DAC to have a Multiplying Bandwidth of 200kHz. Does it mean that the max frequency component in the DAC's output cannot exceed 200kHz for reliable ...
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How can the ADC bandwidth be higher than the sampling rate?

From a hobbyist perspective, the sampling rate of an ADC must be at least twice of the input signal. As I was looking for an ADC to digitize a demodulated signal, I found that some ADCs like the ...
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How to determine the bandwidth of an op-amp in this case?

Regarding a TIA amplifier such as below: If IPD is a pulsed current produced by the photodiode and if the pulse width is 1 ns, what bandwidth of op-amp would be necessary? EDIT: I also don't care ...
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How much gain I am getting and with the 2 stage transistor amplifier attached with a Global NFB [duplicate]

This is just a direct manual solving directly subtituting values in a formula with disregard to temp etc. Sorry for the incomplete information here are the goals of this: "gain of 100≤Av≤130 and ...
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How do I tune ARM Socrates NIC QoS Address Latency Target Registers to get balanced bandwidth between two AXI Initiators?

I'm learning about the ARM Socrates NIC QoS features to provide balances arbitration between two AXI Initiators created two different sized transactions. AXI0: 64B (awsize = 8B, awlen = 8 beats) AXI1:...
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Is this transistor amplifier with low pass filter correct? How should I measure the gain and frequency range?

My goal is a gain of 100-130 and a frequency range of 1-10 kHz.
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Long falling edge of a VCSEL laser's pulses

I've been trying to drive a 940nm VCSEL (Part No. V105Q131A-940) with an iC-Haus HG20M VCSEL driver. When given short pulsed signals (pulsewidth of ~100us), the optical signals detected by a ...
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What's the impact of super high VSWR? Need help from experts

Is it realistic to make an antenna system with VSWR as high as 20 to transmit 50MHz signal? I am thinking of increasing bandwidth of a small antenna by sacrificing its mismatch efficiency. Assuming ...
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Does this antenna break Chu's limit?

I ran into this antenna datasheet and found it interesting. https://www.johansontechnology.com/datasheets/0433AT62A0020/0433AT62A0020.pdf From my understanding, the return loss graph on page3 shows ...
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SDR Bandwidth and sample rate

I saw that SDR has two parameter: bandwidth and sampling rate. I would like to know the difference between them because i saw a 56MHz bandwidth SDR but by looking at the chip used inside the sampling ...
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Why is the Gb/s usually matched with the GHz for SDI?

My knowledge in electronics and RF(because high speed data) is very surface level but attempting my best. I'm attempting to do an application which utilizes 3G SDI, but am not understanding why there ...
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Bandwidth of PXIE-6738

Hope this is the right forum. I can't find the explicit bandwidth of this analog output module: PXIE-6738 from National Instruments. In the data sheet there are two specifications that may be relevant,...
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Second Order Low Pass Filter, replacing inductor with VCCS and Capacitor

My instructor told us that we can replace an inductor in the following way. Now, I want to construct a second order low pass filter using Voltage Controlled Current Source, Capacitor, Resistor of ...
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Can analog bandwidth be modeled as an RC low-pass filter in this way?

The analog bandwidth of this scope is given as 250 MHz. When we see the term analog bandwidth, can that be modeled as an RC low-pass filter whose roll-off frequency (-3 dB point) is 250 MHz?
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How do you calculate output voltage noise for reactive circuits?

For circuits without any reactive elements, like voltage dividers for example, it's a relatively straightforward process to find what the output noise will be due to any present resistors. First, I ...
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Why do more transitions imply more bandwidth consumed?

First thing first, I found a question very similar to this one, so if the answer is already in that one please write it down and I will look there. While studying CAN bus, I read the distinction ...
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Bandwidth of a DAC

Could anybody specify what does this bandwidth means in DAC PWM? Source: Designing high-performance PWM DACs for field transmitters (page 2) The bandwidth of a DAC?
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Does the idea of bandwidth make sense for a system with an infinite DC gain?

I'm thinking specifically of systems with ideal PID controllers. The transfer function will always have an integrator term, which, if I understand correctly, means it will always have infinite DC ...
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How to design a PI/PID controller with a given bandwidth and phase margin?

I've read the article, Introduction: PID Controller Design, which explained really well the effect each branch of the controller has on the rise time, settling time, overshoot, and error, which gives ...
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Determining the sampling rate / frequency from a graph

I don't understand how the two graphs in the image below are connected. The context is signal processing and sampling rate (+ its relation to bandwidth). I don't know the exact terms to look up. I am ...
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What is the highest practical bandwidth of a linear voltage regulator/LDO?

I am trying to evaluate what the highest pratical bandwidth of linear regulator/LDO is. To be more precise, I am looking the bandwidth of the transfer function Vout/Vin. I think the bandwidth is set ...
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Why do photodiode transimpedance amplifiers care about signal frequency?

I'm designing a circuit to amplify low light levels (in the range of 0.1 uW) of measured black body radiation for application in a pyrometer. I don't have much experience with this kind of stuff so I'...
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Photodiode amplifier with cascaded amplifier

I have designed a photodiode circuit using the OSD35-5T photodiode from Centronic. I am using the LTC 2054HV as a transimpedance amplifier (TIA) and the LTC2051HV (dual opamp) as the next stage ...
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Can a frequency multiplier (e.g. doubler) impact signal bandwidth?

My understanding is that if a single tone at frequency F is input to the frequency doubler, one should observe at its output in the spectrum the same tone but now at a frequency 2F. What happens if ...
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Why does the amplitude of my output signal increase when I increase frequency of the input signal?

The signal generator outputs a sine wave into an LED which emits light onto a photodiode. The photodiode is connected in a TIA circuit and then the output is displayed on an oscilloscope. The ...
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How to set system bandwidth?

I would like to know how to set minimum system bandwidth according to the following requirement : I have a system regulating an output. In nominal operation, the system has to regulate its output to \...
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How do I decide a good bandwidth in an amplifier for DC measurement?

I am looking at this instrumentation amplifier (INA). I want to have a gain of 1, so I must use the low bandwidth mode of the INA, which is 200kHz. Is this bandwidth Ok to use for DC measurements? The ...
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Is RC frequency response related to series RC or parallel RC?

So in playing around with some frequency response stuff I made this circuit: And I found that the cutoff frequency value is set by the Feedback Resistor and the capacitor. Take note that the ...
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Keysight bandwidth and rise time

According to the following application note from Keysight, one way to know what device to take for measuring a signal is to measure the rise time. Then according to the rise time of the system under ...
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Effect of GBW and slew rate for "small signal"

I would like to better understand how to choose an op amp for high speed application and more precisely I would like to better understand how the GBW and the slew rate influence the transient response/...
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How do I calculate resistor values for a second-order bandpass filter to achieve unity gain at 1 kHz?

The bandpass needs to have a bandwidth of 250 Hz with a centre frequency of 1 kHz. The values I've calculated so far are R1 = 1000 Ω, R2 = 1000 Ω, C1 = 140 nF, and C2 = 180 nF. I calculated these ...
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System bandwidth formula

Does anyone know how to demonstrate this formula? It is also worth noting that you should consider your entire system bandwidth. You need to factor in both the bandwidth of your probe and your ...
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PCIe bus bandwidth

Calculate the bandwidth of a PCIe link with 8 lanes, 8b/10b encoding and 2.5 GHz frequency. I tried the following formula but I am not sure of its correctness: BW = lane data rate × encoding × no. of ...
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How can oscilloscopes be immune to radiated noise?

I have an oscilloscope which has a bandwidth of 500 MHz. It means that all signal with a frequency under 500 MHz can be observed without (a lot of) distortion. Noise radiated is said to begin at ...
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How do single-optical-fiber bidirectional communications work?

In the past, I have dealt with fiber optic network communication devices that utilize two fibers, RX and TX, each being dedicated to one direction. I was under the impression that two fibers are ...
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Discerning slew rate and bandwidth limitations

What I get is that, considering a 2 stage OTA, we have 2 effects that limit the amplitude and frequency of the amplified signal: Bandwidth of the amplifier: as the frequency of the input signal gets ...
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How is Wi-Fi throughput so high?

While reading specs of a new ASUS Wi-Fi router - it said to have 2 GBPS throughput. How could it reach such throughput if all the WIFI bandwidth should be small and close to 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz?
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Oscilloscope bandwidth for motor driver applications

What should be the oscilloscope bandwidth for testing BLDC motor drivers? Is 20MHz bandwidth a good choice? Switching frequency 16-20kHz Test condition: loaded 20A, 24V Test signals: High side and ...
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Cut-off frequency for RC-filter with two resistors and two capacitors

I'm sort of hard stuck on this question regarding RC-filters. I've tried calculating the total resistance of the circuit but I felt that it was the wrong way. Than I tried calculating Vout in terms of ...
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VNA: Why does the IF bandwidth affect the measurement speed?

I believe I understand the role of the IF bandwidth (IFBW) in a VNA measurement: The signal is mixed down to the intermediate frequency (IF) and the receiver detects the signal in a frequency band ...
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What chip has gain of 1000, bandwidth of 500 kHz? [closed]

I'm building a project that needs gain of 1000 (from mV) and bandwidth of 500 kHz. Is there an op-amp (or other parts) with this characteristic? Or maybe it is available in only very expensive parts (...
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Frequency response of a cascade opamp circuit using LTSpice

I'm trying to simulate this circuit which consists of multiple stages of op amps, but I couldn't figure out the operating bandwidth of the circuit. Using AC analysis, the Bode plot is a weird shape ...
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