My Library

Limit search to available items
Book Cover
Title Op Amps for Everyone [electronic resource] / Bruce Carter.
Publication Info. Kidlington, Oxford, UK ; Waltham, MA : Newnes/Elsevier, 2013.
Edition 4th ed.

Location Call No. Status Notes
 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC BOOKS-DDA    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 1 online resource.
Contents Front Cover; Op Amps for Everyone; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Abbreviations; 1 The Op Amp's Place in the World; 1.1 An Unbounded Gain Problem; 1.2 The Solution; 1.3 The Birth of the Op Amp as a Component; 1.3.1 The Vacuum Tube Era; 1.3.2 The Transistor Era; 1.3.3 The Integrated Circuit Era; Reference; 2 Review of Op Amp Basics; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Basic Concepts; 2.2.1 Ohm's Law; 2.2.2 The Voltage Divider Rule; 2.2.3 Superposition; 2.3 Basic Op Amp Circuits; 2.3.1 The Non-Inverting Op Amp; 2.3.2 The Inverting Op Amp; 2.3.3 The Adder.
2.3.4 The Differential Amplifier2.4 Not So Fast!; 3 Separating and Managing AC and DC Gain; 3.1 A Small Complication; 3.2 Single Supply versus Dual Supply; 3.3 Simultaneous Equations; 3.3.1 Case 1: VOUT=+mVIN+b; Case 1 Example; Output Voltage Swing; Back to the Case 1 Example; 3.3.2 Case 2: VOUT=+mVIN-b; Case 2 Example; 3.3.3 Case 3: VOUT=-mVIN+b; Case 3 Example; 3.3.4 Case 4: VOUT=-mVIN-b; Case 4 Example; 3.4 So, Where to Now?; 3.5 A Design Procedure, and a Design Aid; 3.6 Summary; 4 Different Types of Op Amps; 4.1 Voltage Feedback Op Amps.
4.2 Uncompensated/Undercompensated Voltage Feedback Op Amps4.3 Current Feedback Op Amps; 4.4 Fully Differential Op Amps; 4.4.1 What Does "Fully Differential" Mean?; 4.4.2 How is the Second Output Used?; 4.4.3 Differential Gain Stages; 4.4.4 Single-Ended to Differential Conversion; 4.4.5 A New Function; 4.5 Instrumentation Amplifier; 4.6 Difference Amplifier; 4.7 Buffer Amplifiers; 4.8 Other Types of Op Amps; 5 Interfacing a Transducer to an Analog-to-Digital Converter; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 System Information; 5.3 Power Supply Information; 5.4 Input Signal Characteristics.
5.5 Analog-to-Digital Converter Characteristics5.6 Interface Characteristics; 5.7 Architectural Decisions; 5.8 Conclusions; 6 Active Filter Design Techniques; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 The Transfer Equation Method; 6.3 Fast, Practical Filter Design; 6.3.1 Picking the Response; 6.3.2 Low-Pass Filter; Design Procedure; Digging Deeper; 6.3.3 High-Pass Filter; Design Procedure; Digging Deeper; 6.3.4 Narrow (Single-Frequency) Bandpass Filter; Design Procedure; Digging Deeper; 6.3.5 Wide Bandpass Filter; Design Procedure; Digging Deeper; Digging Deeper: Narrow vs. Wide Bandpass Filter.
6.3.6 Notch (Single-Frequency Rejection) FilterDesign Procedure; Digging Deeper; 6.4 High-Speed Filter Design; 6.4.1 High-Speed Low-Pass Filters; 6.4.2 High-Speed High-Pass Filters; 6.4.3 High-Speed Bandpass Filters; 6.4.4 High-Speed Notch Filters; 6.5 Getting the Most Out of a Single Op Amp; 6.5.1 Three-Pole Low-Pass Filters; 6.5.2 Three-Pole High-Pass Filters; 6.5.3 Stagger-Tuned and Multiple-Peak Bandpass Filters; 6.5.4 Single-Amplifier Notch and Multiple-Notch Filters; 6.5.5 Combination Bandpass and Notch Filters; 6.6 Biquad Filters; 6.7 Design Aids.
Note 6.7.1 Low-Pass, High-Pass, and Bandpass Filter Design Aids.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on Feb. 18, 2013).
Subject Operational amplifiers.
Added Author Ebooks Corporation
Related To Print version: Carter, Bruce Op Amps for Everyone Oxford : Elsevier Science, c2013 9780123914958
ISBN 9780123944061
OCLC # EBC1105869
View Shelf for Similar Items