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Op-amps are very versatile devices. When coupled to suitable feedback networks, they can be used to make precision AC and DC amplifiers and filters, oscillators, level switches, and comparators, etc. Three basic types of operational amplifiers are readily available. The most important of these is the conventional 'voltage-in, voltage-out' op-amp typified by the popular and CA ICs , and this four-part mini-series takes an in-depth look at the operating principles and practical applications of this type of device. The other two basic types of op-amps are the current-differencing or Norton op-amp typified by the LM , and the operational transconductance amplifier or OTA typified by the CA and LM ; these two devices will be described in some future articles. All of these elements are integrated on a single chip and housed in an IC package. The differential amplifier has inverting and non-inverting input terminals, and has a high-impedance constant-current tail to give a high input impedance and good common-mode signal rejection. It also has a high-impedance collector or drain load, to give a large amount of signal-voltage gain typically about dB. Simplified op-amp equivalent circuit. The output of the differential amplifier is fed to the circuit's output stage via an offset compensation network which — when the op-amp is suitably powered — causes the op-amp output to center on zero volts when both input terminals are tied to zero volts. The output stage takes the form of a complementary emitter follower, and gives a low-impedance output. Basic symbol a and supply connections b of an op-amp. Conventional op-amps are represented by the standard symbol shown in Figure 2 a. They are normally powered from split supplies, as shown in Figure 2 b , providing positive, negative, and common zero volt supply rails, enabling the op-amp output to swing either side of the zero volts value and to be set to zero when the differential input voltage is zero. They can, however, also be powered from single-ended supplies, if required.

Neil mcNasty. Greatly appreciate you sharing these!

Got a layout for a pretty wicked modified version of it, that I will post soon I have a load of stuff in my Dropbox as well, so I'll look trough it and see if I find some stuff that people might find interesting for sharing as well. Best forum and community on the whole damn web!!!

Ciaran Haslett. Cheers notnews I greedily got the lot! Just thought i would put a link to some of my pdfs that i have acquired over the last few years. A lot are loudspeaker and amp building stuff, also others in there like the stompbox cookbook.

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Bill F. Thanks for the drop-box resources,.

I am getting on and looking for things to fiddle with to keep the old brain active. I go the active filters and the synthesizer cookbooks. Actually i started out looking for an article by Walter G.

I finally got the circuit in an Amateur Radio magazine. In reply to this post by Freppo Try this.. In reply to this post by notnews Thanks for the link. In reply to this post by notnews Cheers notnews I greedily got the lot!

In reply to this post by notnews Just thought i would put a link to some of my pdfs that i have acquired over the last few years. In reply to this post by notnews many thanks hozy. In reply to this post by notnews Thanks for the drop-box resources,. It's that simple.

Active Filter Cookbook

Active band pass filter calculations We'll proceed with a typical design example and say we need an audio filter for a CW receiver. For convenience C will equal 0. NOTE: If the calculations below look funny to you in Netscape, just hit the reload button - just another Netscape "quirk" we poor web designers have to live with. Notice with the resistors I've gone for the nearest standard E24 value. Pay particular attention to the two 10K resistors splitting the 12V power supply to correctly bias the non-inverting pin 3 input of the op-amps.

You can add as many stages as you wish for sharper cut off shape factor but I don't believe more than two stages are usually justified For this kind of active band pass filter don't try for very high Q's or very high gains, Ho, per stage.

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If I receive sufficient feedback no pun intended I might extend the series to other types of active filters. Got a question on this topic?

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