Even though we publish new blogs daily from your intrepid editor and from a number of well known writers, sometimes it's good to have a look back at some of our well received articles from the recent past. Here is one that discusses the transimpedance amplifier. What is a transimpedance amplifier? Where might you use one? What are the pitfalls of using one without properly compensating the device?
The article was written by David Westerman, at the time an Applications Engineer for National Semiconductor (now part of TI).