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Title | Op amps & Linear Integrated Circuits | Height | |

Author | Ram Gayakwad | Width | |

ISBN-13 | 9788131702284 | Binding | PAPERBACK |

ISBN-10 | #8131702286 | Spine Width | |

Publisher | Financial Times / Imprint Of Pearson | Pages | 559 |

Edition | 4 | Availability | Out Of Stock |

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# Op amps & Linear Integrated Circuits

#### Author: Ram Gayakwad

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About This Book... This accurate and easy-to-understand book presents readers with the basic principles of operational amplifiers and integrated circuits -- with a very practical approach. A large number of examples, questions, problems, and practical circuit applications make it a valuable reference guide.Chapter topics include an introduction to, frequency response and negative feedback of op-amps -- along with interpretation of data sheets and characteristics. Also covered are active filters and oscillators, comparators and converters, specialized IC applications and system projects. Table Of Content... Preface Introduction to Operational Amplifiers Objectives Introduction The Operational Amplifier Block Diagram Representation of a Typical Op-Amp Analysis of Typical Op-Amp Equivalent Circuit Schematic Symbol Integrated Circuits Types of Integrated Circuits Manufacturers Designations for Integrated Circuits Development of Integrated Circuits SSI, MSI, LSI, and VLSI Packages Integrated Circuit Package Types, Pin Identification, and Temperature Ranges Package Types Pin Indentification Temperature Ranges Ordering Information Device Identification Power Supplies for Integrated Circuits Summary Questions Problems Interpretation of Data Sheets and Characteristics of an Op-Amp Objectives Introduction Interpreting a Typical Set of Data Sheets The Ideal Op-Amp Equivalent Circuit of an Op-Amp Ideal Voltage Transfer Curve Open-Loop Op-Amp Configurations The Differential Amplifier The Inverting Amplifier The Noninverting Amplifier PSpice Simulation Introduction About the MicroSim Design Lab Evaluation Version General Guidelines for the Use of PSpice Summary Questions Problems PSpice Simulation Problems Laboratory Experiments An Op-Amp with Negative Feedback Objectives Introduction Block Diagram Representation of Feedback Configurations Voltage-Series Feedback Amplifier Negative Feedback Closed-Loop Voltage Gain Difference Input Voltage Ideally Zero Input Resistance with Feedback Output Resistance with Feedback Bandwidth with Feedback Total Output Offset Voltage with Feedback Voltage Follower Voltage-Shunt Feedback Amplifier Closed-Loop Voltage Gain Inverting Input Terminal at Virtual Ground Input Resistance with Feedback Output Resistance with Feedback Bandwidth with Feedback Total Output Offset Voltage with Feedback Current-to-Voltage Converter Inverter Differential Amplifiers Differential Amplifier with One Op-Amp Differential Amplifier with Two Op-Amps Output Resistance and Bandwidth of Differential Amplifiers with Feedback PSpice Simulation Summary Questions Problems PSpice Simulation Problems Laboratory Experiments The Practical Op-Amp Objectives Introduction Input Offset Voltage Offset-Voltage Compensating Network Design Input Bias Current Input Offset Current Total Output Offset Voltage Thermal Drift Error Voltage Effect of Variation in Power Supply Voltages on Offset Voltage Change in Input Offset Voltage and Input Offset Current with Time Other Temperature- and Supply Voltage-Sensitive Parameters Noise Common-Mode Configuration and Common-Mode Rejection Ratio Summary Questions Problems Laboratory Experiment Frequency Response of an Op-Amp Objectives Introduction Frequency Response Compensating Networks Frequency Response of Internally Compensated Op-Amps Frequency Response of Noncompensated Op-Amps High-Frequency Op-Amp Equivalent Circuit Open-Loop Voltage Gain as a Function of Frequency Closed-Loop Frequency Response Circuit Stability Slew Rate Causes of Slew Rate Slew Rate Equation Effect of Slew Rate in Applications Difference between Bandwidth, Transient Response, and Slew Rate Summary Questions Problems Laboratory Experiment General Linear Applications Objectives Introduction DC and AC Amplifiers DC Amplifier AC Amplifier AC Amplifiers with a Single Supply Voltage The Peaking Amplifier Summing, Scaling, and Averaging Amplifiers Inverting Configuration Noninverting Configuration Differential Configuration Instrumentation Amplifier Instrumentation Amplifier Using Transducer Bridge Differential Input and Differential Output Amplifier Voltage-to-Current Converter with Floating Load Low-Voltage DC Voltmeter Low-Voltage AC Voltmeter Diode Match Finder Zener Diode Tester Light-Emitting Diode Tester Voltage-to-Current Converter with Grounded Load Current-to-Voltage Converter DAC Using Current-to-Voltage Converter Detecting Current through Photosensitive Devices Very High Input Impedance Circuit The Integrator The Differentiator PSpice Simulation Summary Questions Problems Design Problems PSpice Simulation Problems Laboratory Experiments Active Filters and Oscillators Objectives Introduction Active Filters First-Order Low-Pass Butterworth Filter Filter Design Frequency Scaling Second-Order Low-Pass Butterworth Filter Filter Design First-Order High-Pass Butterworth Filter Second-Order High-Pass Butterworth Filter Higher-Order Filters Band-Pass Filters Wide Band-Pass Filter Narrow Band-Pass Filter Band-Reject Filt

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