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Basics of Op-amps

This course is intended for beginners and explains the characteristics, basic operation, internal operation, and negative feedback of op-amps as well as the electrical characteristics specific to them.

Chapter1 What is an op-amp?

1. What is an op-amp?
1.1. Characteristics of op-amps (What is the ideal op-amp?)
1.2. Internal operation of an op-amp

Chapter2 Using an op-amp

2. Using an op-amp
2.1. Feedback (positive and negative feedback)
2.2. Open-loop and closed-loop gains (Increasing the bandwidth of an amplifier)
2.3. Oscillation
2.4. Basic op-amp applications
2.5. Virtual short (virtual ground)

Chapter3 Electrical characteristics

3. Electrical characteristics
3.1. Input offset voltage (VIO)
3.2. Common-mode input voltage range (CMVIN) and common-mode input signal rejection ratio (CMRR)
3.3. Internal noise of an op-amp
3.4. Noise gain and signal gain
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