Chapter 9. Analog Integrated Circuits
This chapter introduces analog integrated circuits as a collection of tiny transistors, operating in analog mode, built into a single, small case, as a complex internal circuit. A common operational amplifier integrated circuit – the 741 – is introduced, and simple circuits are built using it. An amplifying circuit (known as a non-inverting amplifier), and an inverting amplifier circuit are built, and results are graphed to show operation. The concept of offset nulling is shown to be needed for most circuits.
Keywords: Analog integrated circuit, IC, operational amplifier, op-amp. 741, non-inverting amplifier, inverting amplifier, offset null
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