anonymous
  • anonymous
Why do we say open-loop gain of op-amp is very high usually quoted in 100,000 or so,but it gets saturated for the values of Vcc?
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KenLJW
  • KenLJW
Every amplifier. regardless of gain, have physical limits. In electronics the maximum out is Vcc and the signal get clipped. What this is saying the maximum input of a Opamp mentioned is Vcc/100,000 for near linear amplification.
anonymous
  • anonymous
So if I Apply 10uV as my input and hope that the op-amp is sensitive to that signal and operated in open-loop configuration.then do i get the 1v as my output?
KenLJW
  • KenLJW
yes, but not generally done due to noise and othe factors. Feedback decreases noise, distortions (increases bandwidth), stabliity.

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KenLJW
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Sorry, increases stability.

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