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I've built a first, small AM radio and I'm just getting into electronics. I'd like to add a station strength indicator LED. The voltage exiting the amplifier stage varies by a small amount, 100 or 200 mV, based on signal. How can I amplify that swing such that the LED will vary output in a meaningful way? Just hooking it up (...)
The 2mV input signal is two small compare to the offset or noise voltage. So which amplifier can be used to amplify so small signal? The input signal can be DC or AC. Could anyone help me? thanks
Hi, I have a crystal radio (single diode detector) and I need to amplify the detected audio signal so that it can drive a small speaker or headphones. The amplifier must have as much gain as possible. The whole circuit must be made discrete (no opamps) and using as low parts as possible. Power consumption is not important, simplicity is (...)
Hi guys. I want to amplify a microwave pulsed signal, with small pulse width (10~20ns) what should i do? are an cw microwave amplifier can amplify the narrow pulse signal?
I have a RF Frontend that has an 4 IF signal output (2 I channel and 2 Q channel from 2 receiving anettans). Each channel of the IF has a signal rangining from 1.5V to 3.5V with a DC offset of 2.5V. IF output signal: 111250 I want to sample the signal with an ADC that has a reference voltage from 0 to 5V and use th
I like to measure a large current (200 A) with small fluctuations (10 mA 10 Hz - 400Hz) in a cable. For this I have a Fluxgate sensor (LEM ultrastab200) with a conversion ratio of 1/1000 and roughly 1 ppm noise. Therefore I receive a signal of 200 mA and fluctuations in the 10 ?A regime with noise in the 10 nA range. I am interested in the 10
I want to design a circuit that will amplify a very low power signal of -1762dBW to 2W DC. But I don't know how to get started, though I have some basics in circuits. Can anyone help me with how to get started, some tips. Or tell me is it possible???? I need your help..
The very old Japanese dual opamp has a typical voltage gain of 110dB (300,000 times) from DC to about 10Hz. If it is biased properly it can amplify 15uV to 4.5V but it will have a lot of noise. Is a rolloff at 10Hz good enough? What is the signal?
LNA is usually used to amplify the very small signal (uV~mV), so you have to ensure the swing in the the transient simulation
Is it a power amplifier (what about the output power), a small signal amplifier or a low noise amplifier (in this case what about the noise figure) ? The specs should also include: the type of the signal you have to amplify: CW or modulated (in this last case which kind of modulation) ? intermodulation performances (...)
not many noise sources have enough output power. I agree. Even if you amplify the signal, the "signal" power in the given measurement bandwidth (spectrum analyzer BW) is only a very small fraction of the total noise power. Let's assume you have a noise source followed by a nice power amplifier, with total
I'm not sure you can find a multiplexer that will work that well at such low levels (but I could be wrong, again). You need to consider noise and distortion, and I don't think they spec noise for muxes. I would amplify the signal first, and then apply it to a mux.
There is no fixed formula for calculating the gain needed to modulate an RF signal. You have to amplify the small electrical voltage or current from the microphone to a strength that's sufficient to modulate the RF signal. So, the amount of gain necessary depends on the output from the mic and the RF power at the point of (...)
Hi, I want amplify the signal on buffer(VCO) -5 dbm I want find a transistor NPN with high dB gain. I'd like to find a NPN to gain > 20dB Have you a name of transistor for small signal to recommend? PS: Frequency operation is less 250Mhz
You amplify signals, because your A-to-D converter doesn't have enough resolution to "see" a typical, small incoming signal, say around -90 dBm (which is about 20 microvolts, pk to pk). Most receivers have a conversion gain on the order of 50-100 dB, so that brings your signal up to a range of -40 to +10 (...)
Why do you not amplify your very small signal to a range of 0 - 5 V?
You need to supply power to the sensor and amplify the signal if it is very small. The resultant signal can be interfaced to a A2D labview card or even cheaper use your audio microphone or line inputs
Which is better? for my idea, I preffer use Single OPAMP because it's easy to design power supply. But if we want to amplify small signal ~ 0 to 10mV we need shift it to DC voltage to fit with bias condition. Do you have any idea?
we use amplifier simply because we need to amplify small signal to drive certain circuit for a certain application.
I need a open loop circuit to amplify small signal(0~12mv) by two or three,and gain error <5%,Does this kind of circuit exist? thanks in advance.