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# (1.1) V0 =A0 \$ (V1 - V2) (1.2) V1 - V2 = V0 The goal of this experiment is two-fold.

In the first part, we will understand A 0 the application of negative feedback in designing amplifiers. In the second \$( V A V V )for real amplifiers, A0 is in the 0 A 0= 01 In the above equations, A0 is open-loop gain; part, we will build an instrumentation amplifier. Vthe A0 V2 0 = 0 \$ (V 12) = range 10 to 10 and hence V1V c feedback circuit is shown in the Figure 1unity s V2 . A 0 +A V \$ (V V =A V \$= AV)- V ) (V 0 1.2. It is easy to see that, 0 V 1- V 2 = V V102 = A0 V V as A0 "V1 V-V V0 " 3 =V A= A V s V A V motivation V A A 1.1 Brief theory and (1.3) V0 A0 0 = 0 =A A0 V =V 1+ 1+A = V 1 A s 0 + A = V 1 A s + 0 V V 1 as 1 as 3" 3 "A "A _1 + s ~d1i_1 + s ~d2i V 0 1.1.1 Unity Gain Amplifier V " V V0 " 1 as A 0 " 3 A A (1.4) V s " 1 as 1 A0 " 3 A=A= V s T = s1 ~ s1 ~ ~+ i_1 i_ _1 + _ +s + si ~ i An OP-Amp [8] can be used in negative feedback mode unity gain amplifiers, V0 =A0 \$ (V V2+ ) 1 A A 1-1 1 to build 1 A0 0 A = T = While T= non-inverting amplifiers and inverting amplifiers. an ideal OP-Amp is assumed In OP-amps, closed loop gain A is frequency A= 1 + 11 A +1 A 1 s ~ _ d1i_1 + s ~d2i + 1+s ~d1i_1 + s ~d2i1 V 0 _ = to have infinite open-loop gain and infinite bandwidth, real OP-Amps1have dependent, as shown in the equation below, where 1 finite 2 V = = 1- V 2 = A A0 ~ 1 _1 of 0 + s A0 ~d1 + s A0 ~d2 + s 1 sto+ A understand s A s + A~ s some A+ s + As~ A ~ ~ ~i ~ iare called the dominant ~ ~ _1 A +1 +1 +A + numbers for these parameters. Therefore, it is_1 important and the OPA 0 poles+ 1 V T = \$ V A V V ( 0 = 0transfer 12) T 1 (GB 1). Similarly, = limitations of real OP-Amps, such as finite Gain-Bandwidth Product amp. This function is typical OP-Amp that V 11+ 1 = = V0 V0 = A A ) 0 0 \$ (1 -1 A 1V2A + =V s+ GB GB s equally A~ s A+ s GB s \$~ GB \$ ~ has ~ ij ij internal frequency _1 _s+ `1 amplifier +` + + = compensation . Please view the slew rate and saturation limits of an operational are important. 2 1 1+A VV 0 `1 + _ s GB + s A0 ~d2 + 0s GB = GB A= ~A~ 1 s GB \$ ~d22ij the lecture [17] to get to know more about Given an OP-amp, how do we measure these parameters? Figure 1.2: = V1recorded V - V2 = 0 V1 - V2= AV =_ 00 A0 ~ s A0 ~d2 + s 2 A 1 ~ d1 + + +s frequency compensation. A Unity Gain System GB GB A0 A0 1 d1 A 1 A _1 0 + s A0 ~d1 + s A0 ~d2 + s 0~ + 00 ~ GB A A0 = 3 " 1 as " V0 A0 Vs 1 1 1 T= T= V0 GB A0 1 = 1 + s1 ~ Q~ Q+ ~s ~ +s +s Vs = 1 + A0 = A = 0 2 V 1 A s 1 s GB s A 0 + _ +V ` 1 1 A 0 ~d2 +s 2 GB \$ ~d2ij + + = (1.5) Q=Q= 1 s GB s A s GB \$ ~d2ij ~ _ ` 0 2 d + + + V 0 1 GB ~ ~ 1 GB _1 + s ~d1i_1 + s 1~d2i V 1 as A 3 " " + + V 0 0 T V = A [V -V ] ~ ~ GB GB GB A ~ A A \$ V A V V ( ) = 0 1 d = = 1 as 3 " "d~ Vs 2 GB A00 s ~ 1 = V 1A ~02 0Q + s + Vs 1 GB \$ ~ ~ =~ GB = \$~ V T = -V V-V = A0+ 1 GB A 1 A T for aA Q Q Acan = now write the 01 GB We transfer function unity-gain amplifier as, Q = A = V A 1 s s ~ ~ 1 i i _ _ 1 2 d d + + 1 1 = 1 1 GB ~ 2 d p=p= V _1 + s ~d1i+ _11 1+A + s ~d2i 2Q 2 Q = 1 T = 2 2 d2 2 1 V " ~ GB A T = A s A s A0 ~d1 ~d2i 1 ~ ~ 1 _ ~ ~ 0 0 00 d1 + + +s 1 1 as A 3 " s ~ ~ 2 A 2 d2 + s 0Q + + T= V 1 1 s Q s ~ ~ 0 0 + + (1.6) T = A 1 1 + Figure 1.1: An ideal Dual-Input, Single-Output OP-Amp and its I-O characteristic ~ ~ ~ ~ A GB \$ ~1 ~ 0+ 2 d = 1 A 1 1 A= 1 Q = s ~ ~ i_1 + Q i _1 + s= 1 d2 V V = GB ~ Q = 1 s GB s+ A01 s2 1 GB \$ ~d2ij ~d2 + _ ` + + 1 1 GB ~ d2 2 V GB V GB \$ 1 \$ 1 T = = A s A s A s 1 ~ ~ 1 _ Since the frequency and transient response of an amplifier are impacted by these 0+ 0 0 A d1 + GB + d2 + ~d2A0 ~d1 ~d2i +1 + 1 A 2 A0 ~~ A0 ~d1 ~ _1 0+s A d1 + +1 A GB d2 s A0 ~d2 + s 121 GB = A0p ~ d1 1 1 parameters, we can measure the parameters if have the frequency and transient Qwe 2Q 1 = = 2 2 d2~ ~ 1 = response of the amplifier; you can obtain these response characteristics by applying s2A s~ ~ +\$ ~0 i _1 + 1 A + s A~ (1.7) = QGB GB \$2 ~ ~A 0+ d2 = p11 p11 = GB 1 s GB s A s GB \$ ~ ~ 1 _ sinusoidal and square wave inputs respectively. We invite the reader to view the ` = 0 d2 + d2ij + +~ 2 Q 0 + _ s GB + s A0 ~d2 +s GB \$ ~d2ij `1 ~ ~ A ~ +s GB \$ ~ ij `1 + _ s GB + s Q recorded lecture [16]. 1 1 i4Q i Q _1 - 1 _1 4 GB A ~ 1 =GB0= AdT The term , also known as the bandwidth product of the operational ~= 1 GB A ~ ~ 0~ d1 gain 2 = 0 2 dV dV 1 p = 1 s s ~ ~ 0 in OP-Amp negative feedback 0Q + + An OP-Amp can be considered as a Voltage Controlled Voltage Source (VCVS) with amplifier, is one of the most important parameters p = 2Q dt dt GB GB 2 GB V the voltage gain tending towards infinity. V For finite output voltage, the input circuit. The above transfer function can be rewritten as p 1Q V 1 ~ 0 Q T= = voltage is practically zero. This is the basic theory of OP-Amp in the negative ~ 0 1 + s ~1 Q+s ~ ~ 11 1GB d2 T= V feedback configuration. Figure 1.1 shows a differential-input, single-ended-output 2 p \$ GB 2 + 1 T ~ ~ Q = = s ~0 Q + 1 s ~ 00 A + GB d2 2 ~ ~0 ~0 Q~ 1 GB ~ OP-Amp which uses dual supply !Vss for biasing. s ~02 + + A ~1 + s 1 GB 1 Qp 2 V \$ ~d2 1 ~0\$ ~ = GB Q = ~ = GB V p 2 Q = 1 GB ~ d2 System Lab Kit PRO page 18 Q Q 1 GB ~ + d2 1 Analog V GB \$ p1 p 1 ~ GB A + 2 GB 1 V pd\$ 1 GB A ~d2

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~0 ~ ~0 vs ~ ~0 and phase vs ~ ~0, ~ it appears as shown in Figure 1.3.Vp \$ GB 2Q Vp 1 Vp Vp ~0 ~ ~0 dt Vp Vp Vp Vp1 \$ GB 1 Vp \$ GB 1 Q 2 Vp~0 V p \$ GB 1 V V p p to the unity gain amplifier, and if If one voltage 2 Vp \$ GB 1 slew Vp \$ applies GB 1 a step of peak Vp \$ GB 1\$ GB 1 1 1 p1 V p 1 Q 2 Q 2 1 rate, then the output appears as shown in Figure 2.4 if or . 2 1 Vp 0 \$ GB 1 ~2 1~ Q 2 2 1 1 Q 2 Q2 Q2 Q2 2 0 1 2 2112 p~ 1 p11 p Q21 p 1 2 1 1 1 4 Q V 2 _ i Q is equal the step response and papproximately p to 11 1 the 1 p total p number of visible peaks ~0 ~in 1 1 0 ~ 0 p 1 1 ~2 0 dV 2 0 the frequency of ringing is ~0 . ~0 1 1 4 Q _ i 1 1 4 Q _ i 2 ~ 1 40Q i _1 dt _1 1 4Q 2i V 2 \$ GB 1 Qp _1 - 1 4Q 2i _1 - 1 _4 i 2 ~0 dV0 dV0 1 dV 0 - 1 4Q i V p 2 1 - 1 4Q i _rate dt dV0 dt dV0 dV0maximum Slew-rate is known as the dt dV0 dt 1 dt V V p dV p 0is at which the output ofdt theVOP-Amps Q2 p dt Vp dt Vp Vp 2 Vp capable of rising; in other words, slew Vp rate is the maximum value that dVo/dt p11 can attain. In this experiment, as we go ~0 on increasing the amplitude of the step input, at some amplitude the rate at 4Q 2i _1 - 1 which the output starts rising remains dV0 with Figure 1.4: Time Response of an constant and no longer increases dt the peak voltage of input; this rate is Amplifier for a step input of size Vp
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Figure 1.6 shows all the three negative feedback amplifier configurations. Figure 1.7 illustrates the frequency response (magnitude and phase) of the three different negative feedback amplifier topologies. Figure 1.8 shows the output of the three types of amplifiers for a square-wave input, illustrating the limitations due to slew-rate. page 19

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1.2 Exercise Set 1
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Design the following amplifiers - (a) a unity gain amplifier, (b) a non-inverting amplifier with a gain of 2 (Figure 1.5(a)) and an inverting amplifier with the gain of 2.2 (Figure 1.5(b)). Design an instrumentation amplifier using three OP-Amps with a controllable differential-mode gain of 3. Refer to Figure 1.9(a) for the circuit diagram. Assume that the resistors have 1% tolerance and determine the Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) of the setup and estimate its bandwidth. We invite the reader to view the recorded lecture [18]. Design an instrumentation amplifier using two OP-Amps with a controllable differential-mode gain of 5. Refer to Figure 1.9 for the circuit diagrams of the instrumentation amplifiers and determine the values of the resistors. Assume that the resistors have 1% tolerance and determine the CMRR of the setup and estimate its bandwidth.

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Determine the second pole of an OP-Amp and develop the macromodel for the given OP-Amp IC TL082. See Appendix B for an introduction to the topic of analog macromodels.

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Submit the simulation results for Transient response, Frequency response and DC transfer characteristics. Take the plots of Transient response, Frequency response and DC transfer characteristics from the oscilloscope and compare it with your simulation results. Apply square wave of amplitude 1V at the input. Change the input frequency and study the peak to peak amplitude of the output. Take the readings in Table 1.1 and compute the slew-rate.
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Specific ICs from Texas Instruments which can be used as instrumentation Amplifiers are INA114, INA118 and INA128. Additional ICs from Texas Instruments which can be used as general purpose OP-Amps are OPA703, OPA357, etc. See CHAPTER 2, EXPERIMENT 1.

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Datasheets of all these ICs are available at http://www.ti.com. An excellent reference about operational amplifiers is the “Handbook of Operational Amplifier Applications” by Carter and Brown [5].

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Frequency Response - Apply sine wave input to the system and study the magnitude and phase response. Take your readings in Table 1.2. DC transfer Characteristics - Vary the DC input voltage and study its effect on the output voltage. Take your readings in Table 1.3.

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1.5 Other related ICs