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Seemingly Simple Circuits, Part 1: The One-Op-Amp Diff-Amp

Dennis Feucht
DaeJ
DaeJ
10/6/2014 7:38:08 PM
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Nonlinear elements of Op Amp
Nonlinear equation might be involved in the Op Amp with some parameters including current limit, slew rate and output clamp to analyze the magnitude and phase according to frequency input: low frequency range and high frequency range.

I am wondering what type of Op Amp actually represents the symbol of Op Amp shown in figures, because a different device might have its own unique character of frequency response and transient response.

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analoging
analoging
9/30/2014 11:12:14 PM
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op amps
It would be interesting to compare the top 3 producers of op-amps in terms of optimal performance. Microchip is one of the leading manufacturers for industrial market segments. It is highly commoditized but innovation still occurs on a regular basis to improve efficiency.

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