Questions tagged [cmrr]

Common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) is the measure of rejection by the device of unwanted input signals common to both input leads, relative to the wanted difference signal.

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First principles modeling of op amp CMRR

Introduction I'm trying to analyze an op amp circuit from first principles (i.e. without using the two rules of ideal op amp analysis -- virtual short circuit and infinite input impedance). The ...
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ECG / EEG Amplifier design tricks

First of all, sorry, I missed the links / images where I have found the solutions mentioned below (I hope, if you are familiar with this topic, you know them): I have to design an ECG / EEG analog ...
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How can I calculate CM and DM gains for this model?

Regarding the second page of this document, at the first example it calculates the DC CMR due to line imbalance Rs and explanation is given in the first paragraph below(ignore the second example): ...
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Common mode choke to boost cmrr of transformer input

I was wondering, can a common mode choke be used to enhance the CMRR of a transformer coupled amplifier Even further? What are the drawbacks?
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How calculate the error offset or the noise threshold for MyoWare and FSR sensors?

I am working on EMG and FMG signals to extract time domine features and i need a threshold value for some features. I must calculate it from the characteristics of MyoWare and FSR sensors.For the ...
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Why CMRR degrades in instrumenation amplifier?

Why CMRR degrades in instrumentation amplifier when R3 (only the feedback resistor) is increased keeping all other resistances constant at a fixed value? What mathematical relationship links R3 and ...