Unique compensation technique tames high-bandwidth voltage-feedback op amps

Steffes, Michael
August 1997
EDN;08/01/97, Vol. 42 Issue 16, p133
Trade Publication
Focuses on a technique which suppresses high-bandwidth voltage feedback electronics operational amplifier (op-amp). Details on the compensation technique used; Information on the design for maximum bandwidth. INSET: Second-order lowpass-response characteristics..


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