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George Rutkowski, PE
This course introduces you to Operational Amplifier parameters; ideal and the practical ones that are specified by their manufacturers. This will enable you to understand many existing Op Amp circuits and enable you to select components for many applications.
Operational Amplifiers are very flexible electronic devices. They are ubiquitous in instrumentation and measurement equipment used in industrial, medical and military applications. After completing this Op Amp lesson you will be able to interpret manufacturers’ specifications and select components for inverting , noninverting and buffer amplifiers. And you’ll be postured to understand and design many others applications; differential amplifiers, summing amplifiers, current-to-voltage converters, comparators, differentiators, integrators, comparators, modulators, to name a few.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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