Category: Operational Amplifiers

Passive Averager

We saw in the tutorial about Summing Amplifiers that the voltages or signals applied to the multiple inputs of an inverting operational amplifier circuit can

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Op-amp Monostable

Monostable circuits can easily be made using discrete components or digital logic gates but monostable circuits can also be constructed using operational amplifiers. Op-amp Monostable

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Op-amp Multivibrator

The Operational Amplifier or Op-amp for short, is a very versatile device that can be used in a variety of different electronic circuits and applications, from voltage amplifiers, to

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Op-amp Comparator

The Op-amp comparator compares one analogue voltage level with another analogue voltage level, or some preset reference voltage, VREF and produces an output signal based on this voltage

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Operational Amplifiers Summary

We can conclude our section and look at Operational Amplifiers with the following summary of the different types of Op-amp circuits and their different configurations discussed throughout

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The Summing Amplifier

We saw previously in the inverting operational amplifier that the inverting amplifier has a single input voltage, (Vin) applied to the inverting input terminal. If

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