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Katie OQ
Katie OQ
4/17/2019 9:46:43 PM
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op amps suffering slew
There is another amusing effect when a classical op amp

goes into slew-rate: it's output noise will often drop to a

much lower value than when not slewing. Think about it.

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michaelmaloney
michaelmaloney
4/9/2019 3:44:44 AM
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Do not ruin it
It looks rather simple from this perspective when you have it all laid out for us. However, things could really get out of hand though during the actual setup when trying to grow or maintain the overall velocity. It needs scrutiny to ensure we do not go overboard in our judgment and ruin the whole setup.

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