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Op-amps and transistors are the staples of analog circuit design. Internally, op-amps consist of many transistors, capacitors, and resistors; all crammed onto a small integrated circuit. The symbol for an op-amp: Each op-amp has an inverting input, a non-inverting input, and an output.

In practice, op-amps also must be powered, but these leads are often omitted from schematics. Op-amps are generally very well described by their ideal model. There are several basic rules for ideal op-amps:. A is typically very large, such that we can consider it to be infinite. In practice, the output voltage cannot go beyond the power supply rails.

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A consequence of this is that if there is any connection from the output to the inverting input, the op-amp will do its best to keep the voltages at the two inputs equal. This is called negative feedback. Note that datashet op-amp won’t track voltages if you connect the output back to the positive input.

The input current draw is zero—no current can flow in or out lm11 the input terminals. In practice, the input impedance is on the order of 10 6 to 10 12 ohms. The output impedance is zero. This means that there is no limit on the current the op-amp can source or datasheeet.

In practice, read the specs to find the limit. Here are some of the more important differences between ideal and real op-amps.

These characteristics for an op-amp can usually be found in the data sheets from the manufacturer. Explantions for the terms in the spec sheets can be found at National Semiconductor’s Knowledge Base.

In a real op-amp, there will be a slight voltage difference between the inputs.

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This voltage difference can change with temperature. The output voltage is bounded by the positive and negative power supplies, known as rails. In fact, many op-amps will only go up to a few volts short of rails. Op-amps that are designed to be able to output voltages very close thier rails are refered to as being rail to rail.

The output voltage cannot change instantaneously; the maxiumum rate of change possible for the output voltage is known as the slew rate. The common-mode voltage is the DC voltage shared by both pins since they try to be the same.

Ideally, the output voltage of the op-amp should only depend on the voltage difference between the inputs, but real op-amps don’t have such pefectly linear gains. The effect that the common-mode voltage has on the gain is known as the common-mode gain.

The bipolar and FET families of op-amps are popular chips made by many manufacturers.

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These op-amps also come in varieties dayasheet you get multiple op-amps on a single package. Click here for the data sheet of the LM For now, we can ignore the “offset” pins. These are used to make very fine adjustments in the reference voltages. For more information on how to read the op-amp data sheets, try going to National Semiconductor’s Knowledge Base. Because of its huge gain, the op-amp is very sensitive to voltage differences between its inputs.

A few millivolts are enough to saturate it either way. We take advantage of this property to make a voltage comparator, which will output either a high or low depending on the input.

The voltage follower doesn’t amplify the voltage because the output is connected back to the inverting input. However, it can be used as a buffer to isolate circuits or be used as a current amplifier. Combining the voltage follower with the push-pull followerwe get the benefits of both: In the amplifier circuit above, we use feedback to regulate our gain. The result is an amplifier that will invert the input signal and apply a gain to it.

Since the non-inverting input is grounded and there is negative feedback, the voltage at the inverting input is also at 0V, so:. Since the op-amp inputs cannot draw current, all the current will go through R 1 and R 2 to get to V o u t. This enables us to write:.

We now choose R 1 and R 2 ; their ratios will specify our gain. We typically choose values between 1k and k—if our resistances are too small, the circuit will waste power; if our resistances are too large, the tiny bit of current leaking through the op-amp may start to become noticeable. This om411 is similar to the inverting amplifier, except it will not invert the lm4111. We calculate the gain as follows:. This summer circuit will output the inverted sum of the input voltages, after applying gains to the inputs.

If we do not want the summer to apply any gain to the inputs, simply choose all the resistor values datashee be the same. This summer circuit will output the inverted sum of the input voltages. How could you build a simple digital-to-analog converter by using different input resistances?

## Operational Amplifiers (Op-Amps)

There is a problem with this circuit though—the integrator is only good if the V o u t is less than the maximum output voltage of the op-amp. Our integrator is thus not very useful for low frequency signals, becuase the charge will store up on the capacitor and eventually saturate the op-amp. Even if we have a high frequency signal, any DC offset will add up in the capacitor over time.

We can remedy this problem datasueet adding a shunt resistor R s across the capacitor to bleed off any long-term charges that store up in the capacitor.

As a l4m11 of thumb, R s should be greater than 10 R 1. Input bias current flowing through R 1 and R s can generate a small DC offset, and we can try to cancel it out by adding another resistor R 2 between the non-inverting input and the ground such that.

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