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comment Are there any SOT-23 BJT's with swapped Base and Emitter pins?
Yes, any transistor would have been good. I just needed the solution to the reversed pins problem, hence I accepted the answer below even though that transistor isn't at any close-by supplier. Also I won't even use a reversed package since I can't find one, I'll just try and solder the transistor on its back and hope it looks good enough.
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accepted Are there any SOT-23 BJT's with swapped Base and Emitter pins?
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comment Are there any SOT-23 BJT's with swapped Base and Emitter pins?
Well thanks, I will try the upside down package then :)
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comment Are there any SOT-23 BJT's with swapped Base and Emitter pins?
Because I failed at routing and the PCB is already on its way. Also it would look cleaner than soldering upside-down. Just a nitpick.
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asked Are there any SOT-23 BJT's with swapped Base and Emitter pins?
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accepted I/V converter + analog switch
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comment I/V converter + analog switch
Funny thing is, I used an ideal op-amp first with the same result. Then I tried this op-amp just to see if the frequency response is the same or if the 3db point shifted (it shifted barely). However, I will try what you advised once I get home, maybe I did a mistake somewhere, thank you!
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revised I/V converter + analog switch
correct term is I/V converter
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comment I/V converter + analog switch
@Marcus I have also considered that, but I thought I would ask if there are other "proper" ways to do this, first.
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comment I/V converter + analog switch
@Winny seems like it
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comment I/V converter + analog switch
@Curd The voltage source + resistance inject current into the inverting input. This way I simulate a current source, since the voltage source is a sinusoidal one with 1.65V offset and 100mV amplitude. The inverting input had its potential fixed at 1.65V. Sorry, should have mentioned that. It's not really a current source, it's a current to voltage converter, so wrong term used on my part, sorry.