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Questions relating to the construction and applications of operational amplifiers,

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I want to use an op-amp as an inverting amplifier to convert negative voltages to positive voltages, simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab If my input varies from 0 to -5 …
asked Mar 25 '15 by ubuntu_noob
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In the op-amp working principle I was told that if I have a certain input voltage at the non inverting pin, then the inverting pin will also be forced to have that voltage and hence if I attach a feed …
asked Nov 22 '14 by ubuntu_noob
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In accordance to what gsills said I will just go ahead and make the diagram for you, Think about this circuit. I will not specify the values of the Resistors and the capacitors. simulate this c …
answered Nov 22 '14 by ubuntu_noob
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I was asked to analyze this Op-amp circuit and I need a little bit of advice about it. I have presented my analysis about the circuit, kindly correct me wherever I am going wrong. simulate this …
asked Jun 26 '14 by ubuntu_noob
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I'm working on a permeability measurement project and my setup includes a primary as well as a secondary side of a coil. I need to measure the flux through the coil, hence on my secondary side I have …
asked Mar 25 '15 by ubuntu_noob
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I have a capacitor C which changes with time. Now I want to measure the varying capacitance as a voltage function, so I need to design a circuit for that. My motivation around the problem is that, I w …
asked Nov 22 '14 by ubuntu_noob
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If I understood your question well, in a voltage divider simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab The output voltage Vout=Vin(R1/(R1+R2)). Thus the gain=1/(1+R2/R1)<1. But fo …
answered Nov 26 '14 by ubuntu_noob
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How do we realize the design of a simple Op-amp with Bipolar Junction Transistors or MOS Field Effect Transistors alone? I mean I understand the need for differential amplifiers for providing a differ …
asked Dec 12 '14 by ubuntu_noob
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simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab This simple circuit should work. The first stage should amplify the input voltage two times and also translate the input to 0-400mV ra …
answered Apr 15 '15 by ubuntu_noob
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Suppose I have a circuit which gets damaged for spikes and high voltages, so that I need to eliminate spikes and high voltages beyond a maximum value, so I have decided for the following two configura …
asked Nov 22 '14 by ubuntu_noob