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Dennis Feucht

The Miller Effect, Part 4: The Inverse Miller-Effect Paradox

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A seemingly simple circuit with only two components, an op-amp and a feedback resistor, is commonly used to convert a current to a voltage. This circuit is familiar as a photodetector or impedance-meter current-sense amplifier.
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