anonymous
  • anonymous
what is op amp?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Op amp stands for operational amplifier. It is a 3-terminal electronic component, with 3 input pins and a output pin. The output is highly (~10^6) amplified value of the voltage difference.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks, do u know about inverting and non inverting amplifier?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah, In an inverting amplifier input voltage is applied to the -ve input terminal of the opamp and also negative feedback is given ( i.e, The output is connected to the -ve input terminal through a resistor). The +ve terminal is grounded. While in a non-inverting amplifier, input voltage is applied to +ve terminal and negative feedback is given. The -ve terminal is connected to ground through a resistor. Refer http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operational_amplifier_applications for ckt diagrams

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