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What is your observation?
Or give me in inclusion Title: Frequency Response of a
Non-Inverting OP-AMP with Negative feedback VCC 15.ov
Solution
we already know that non inverting amplifier has a gain of
1+(R2/R1).
and that the gain of the amplifer should always be greater
than one. R2=0 , gain=1.
i.e the amplifier acts as a voltage follower. whatever is the
input reflects at the output provided it is within the limits
of
V+ and V-.
it can be observed that due to negative feedback the gain
is kept constant. and the input signal is maintained at the
output.
the logarithimic plot gives the db gain of the op amp till --
3db frequency where it can provide the necessary gain to
the input till the frequency at -3db of the amplifier.
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What is your observation? Or give me in inclusion Title: Frequency Response of a Non-Inverting OP-AMP with Negative feedback VCC 15.ov Solution we already know that non inverting amplifier has a gain of 1+(R2/R1). and that the gain of the amplifer should always be greater than one. R2=0 , gain=1. i.e the amplifier acts as a voltage follower. whatever is the input reflects at the output provided it is within the limits of V+ and V-. it can be observed that due to negative feedback the gain is kept constant. and the input signal is maintained at the output. the logarithimic plot gives the db gain of the op amp till -3db frequency where it can provide the necessary gain to the input till the frequency at -3db of the amplifier. Name: Description: ...
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