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Operational Amplifiers

Operational Amplifiers

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Operational
Amplifiers
 
OPERATIONAL
AMPLIFIERS
SECOND
EDITION
ARPADBARNAUniversity of CaliforniaSanta CruzandDAN
I.
PORATStanford Linear Accelerator CenterStanford University
A
Wiley-Interscience PublicationJOHN WILEY
&
SONSNew York
.
Chichester
.
Brisbane
-
Toronto Singapore
 
Preface
This second edition has been extensively revised to reflect new developmentsduring the
17
years that have elapsed since the publication of the first edition.These include the substantial technological advances that took place, especiallyin operational amplifiers with high gain, low input currents and offset voltages,and high speed. The entire text has been thoroughly revised, and the chapterson stability, frequency response, and transient response were consider-ably expanded and completely rewritten to reflect the vast changes during thelast decade.Chapters
7
and
8
have been most significantly impacted. Chapter
7
describesstability criteria and phase margins of feedback amplifiers using operationalamplifiers with up to
4
corner frequencies. Frequency-independent feedback, lagcompensation, lead-lag compensation, and lag-lead compensation are treated.Conditional stability is discussed, as well as limitations characteristic ofinverting feedback amplifiers.Chapter
8
provides a detailed description of frequency response and transientresponse of feedback amplifiers using operational amplifiers with up to
3
cornerfrequencies. Frequency-independent feedback, lag compensation, lead-lag com-pensation with and without pole-zero cancellation, and lag-lead compensationare treated, including design graphs based on the solution of the third-order andfourth-order equations that arise. The results are applied to the latest widebandmonolithic and hybrid operational amplifiers in worked examples and inproblems.Two new chapters were also added on applications and on internal structure:Chapter
1
I
describes amplifiers with current source inputs, as well as adders,integrators, differentiators, and nonlinear circuits; Chapter 12 discusses inputstages, current mirrors, and output stages in operational amplifiers.The book now has
12
chapters,
132
worked examples,
319
problems,
102
figures, and
3
appendixes. Answers to selected problems are also given.We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the contributions ofWiley Editor George
J.
Telecki and his associates in making this second editiona reality.
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