EBOOK - Op Amp Applications Handbook (Walt Jung)

EBOOK - Tài liệu hướng dẫn ứng dụng Op Amp (Walt Jung) - 895 Trang.

The signal-processing products of Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), along with those of its worthy competitors, have always had broad applications, but in a special way: they tend to be used in critical roles making possible and at the same time limiting the excellence in performance of the device, instrument, apparatus, or system using them.
Think about the op amp how it can play a salient role in amplifying an ultrasound wave from deep within a human body, or measure and help reduce the error of a feedback system; the data converter and its critical position in translating rapidly and accurately between the world of tangible physics and the world of abstract digits; the digital signal processor manipulating the transformed digital data to extract information, provide answers, and make crucial instant-by-instant decisions in control systems; transducers, such as the life-saving MEMS accelerometers and gyroscopes; and even control chips, such as the one that empowers the humble thermometric junction placed deep in the heart of a high-performance but very vulnerable microcomputer chip.

Chapter 1: Op Amp Basics
Section 1-1: Introduction
Section 1-2: Op Amp Topologies
Section 1-3: Op Amp Structures
Section 1-4: Op Amp Specifications
Section 1-5: Precision Op Amps
Section 1-6: High Speed Op Amps
Chapter 2: Specialty Amplifiers
Section 2-1: Instrumentation Amplifiers
Section 2-2: Programmable Gain Amplifiers
Section 2-3: Isolation Amplifiers
Chapter 3: Using Op Amps with Data Converters
Section 3-1: Introduction
Section 3-2: ADC/DAC Specifications
Section 3-3: Driving ADC Inputs
Section 3-4: Driving ADC/DAC Reference Inputs
Section 3-5: Buffering DAC Outputs
Chapter 4: Sensor Signal Conditioning
Section 4-1: Introduction
Section 4-2: Bridge Circuits
Section 4-3: Strain, Force, Pressure and Flow Measurements
Section 4-4: High Impedance Sensors Section
 4-5: Temperature Sensors
Chapter 5: Analog Filters
Section 5-1: Introduction
Section 5-2: The Transfer Function
Section 5-3: Time Domain Response
Section 5-4: Standard Responses
Section 5-5: Frequency Transformations
Section 5-6: Filter Realizations
Section 5-7: Practical Problems in Filter Implementation
Section 5-8: Design Examples
Chapter 6: Signal Amplifiers
Section 6-1: Audio Amplifiers



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