Choosing the correct amplifier

Mancini, Ron
October 2003
EDN;10/30/2003, Vol. 48 Issue 24, p24
Trade Publication
Offers advice on selecting operational amplifiers. Impedances that make up the circuit of the operational amplifier; Reason for the need for operational amplifier configurations; Input resistance and feedback of operational amplifiers.


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