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Related to signal processing (a measure of the width of a range of frequencies, measured in hertz) or the rate of data transfer(or throughput) measured in bits per second

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slower device would improve overall stability. Doesn't more bandwidth offer greater opportunity for higher-frequency poles (caused by reactive passives and parasitics) to interact with the active device's open-loop gain and cause phase shifts which may lead to oscillation? …
asked Nov 29 '18 by pr871
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circuit bandwidth by drawing the small-signal model by hand or by performing an ac analysis in SPICE. However, because the circuit performs a nonlinear operation, I'm unsure whether the concept of … bandwidth even applies let alone how to calculate it by hand or by simulation. I'm currently running a transient analysis with a 50 Hz sawtooth input and verifying that there's no noticeable time delay in …
asked May 25 by pr871
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is how an op-amp with GBP = 4.5 MHz and slew rate = 9 V/us, followed by a unity gain buffer, could possibly have an overall nominal bandwidth of 10 MHz and SR = 28 V/us, especially in a gain of 10 configuration. What am I missing here? …
asked Aug 23 by pr871
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a transconductance amplifier that converts this voltage to a current and that the generator frequency is directly proportional to this current. The question is: what bandwidth is required of the … transconductance amplifier to achieve the required +/- 0.5% linearity if all other causes of non-linearity are neglected? If there is no simple formula to associate bandwidth with linearity, can anyone provide a decent rule of thumb for this situation? …
asked Apr 27 by pr871