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Assuming you are using 5V VDD and 5V as the ADC reference: 1. Use a 10:1 potential divider. If the current into the divider has to be very low (=high value resistors) follow it with a buffer amplifier. 2. Depends on the response time you need but simplest method is to convert the AC to DC and use a potential divider for the voltage. For the (...)
Hi I am using a simple non inverting circuit to amplify the output of photo diode. The problem is that the output is always inverted, even that I am using non inverting amplifier. I have tried using unity gain buffer and current to voltage converter and get the same result as well. Is there any explanation for that? (...)
It also depends on whether this is a voltage or current feedback amplifier. In general, a current feedback amplifier will use lower value resistors. So the real answer it depends on which type it is and what it's application is. There is no right and wrong answer although it would be unusual to see a resistor as low as 1 Ohm (...)
Could you give me a hint to which transistors I need to uprate? hi, The choice of FET's will depend upon the Output current, the Bandwidth Frequency of the amp and the Voltage levels of the driving signal and Bias. Do you have a specification for the amplifiers performance.? E It would help if you posted your LTS asc files,
Hi, What is not clear? Did you read the datasheet? Octal = eight times buffer = (current) amplifier line driver = it has enough power to drive long wires/traces HCT = High speed Cmos with Ttl level input; VCC = 5V, ViL = 0.8V, ViH=2V (about) datasheet gives the most reliable and precise information. Good luck
I am in process of designing a CMOS CFA ( current feedback amplifier ). And this is one of the buffer ckt architectures I have found from technical papers by C. Toumazou. But I am not able to DC bias this ckt to provide sufficient operating current. Can somebody explain its functioning and sizing (W/L) procedure ? (...)
What you need is no current amplifier but a power amplifier. You do not specify if your need to amplify the input from zero to 10 V. If so, you need to use an operational amplifier with a power buffer that can supply 120 mA into an UNSPECIFIED load. Before you can get an advice, you must exactly specify (...)
This depends somewhat on the close-in circuit topology. A low current common-source amplifier will see Cgd as its bandwidth limiter, Miller gain is the problem especially when the gate is driven by some weak current source. A common-drain buffer stage would see Cgd as a less significant penalty.
PM requirement is calculated with loop gain. For a closed-loop system with a closed loop gain larger than 1, OTA PM requirement is lower, i.e., can be lower than 45 degree. A buffer (closed gain is 1) has the worst situation and requires largest PM. I do not know how to calculate a current integrator loop gain since the i
I'm trying to design a circuit with 2 analog inputs (+/- 10V max. range, output impedance <1Ohm, 10mA max. current) and 1 single analog output, and I need to switch between the inputs using a TTL signal. If TTL = high, then output = input 1, and if TTL = low, then output = input 2. I was considering using 2 switches of a DG211 SPST CMOS analog swit
I understand a buffer amplifier followed by an analog switch as an analog tri-state buffer. It's e.g. utilized in sample-and-hold circuits. There are also OP-amps with disable feature. They set the output stage to high Z, but there's a certain leakage current, usually higher than with a true analog switch.
hey guys.... I want to make a voltage buffer... i.e. a unity gain amplifier from a current FEEDBACK help....
ng to figure out the best type of voltage buffer to use for a project I'm working on, where I am attempting to drive a DC actuator with a current of up to 300mA without frying the op amp non-inverting amplifier (simple LM741) I have for my DC signal (typical output current ~20mA). Given the many ways I could do this, I'm (...)
Hi; It depends on your input source and load imp. ie you have a weak source (it can drive small ampunts of currents), then you need to design a cct (ie buffer or amplifier) that source should sink small amount of current so that don't disturb the weak source. On the other ahnd ie you want to drive 1kohm load, in this case (...)
Hi All, I have been working on the following architecture for a three stage LDO. 85731 This is a Three stage LDO with a single miller capacitance compensation using inverted current buffers. The first stage is a basic pmos input differential error amplifier. The second stage is like a unity gain buffer. The third s
... M3-M4 are working as a current buffer. what is the effect of this current buffer on the amplifier gain? Actually it's a Cascode Stage -- the combination of a common gate (M3-M4) and a common source stage (M5-M6). Due to higher output resistance at the common drains, this topology provides larger di
Another option is to use an opamp together with a power transistor in a closed loop - thus increasing the output current capabilities.
hello, i am designing a v to i converter, voltage input range is 0-5v dc, n the output current should range from 0-100ma. Please help me with this. please upload the necessary circuits. which opamp is best suitable for this application.
Sorry, but the question is rather unclear. Seems that you are asking for a current multiplexer instead of the "summing circuit" addressed in the question title.
This part is just to provide a DC operation point, works like current mirror and use the buffer (opamp) to insulate the two BJT. it's not related to the independent temperature, actually there is no independent temperature current generated. ---------- Post added at 18:13 ---------- Previous post was at 18:01 ----------[/SI