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Precision Amplification

Precision Amplification

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Circuit speed is basic to analog circuit performance, and designers seek to extend bandwidth “from dc to daylight.” Yet speed is not the only performance criterion. In audio, bandwidth that is much beyond human hearing degrades performance due to increased noise; the important measure of performance is fidelity, the precise reproduction of the input waveform. In this looser sense, precision means ideal analog waveform processing.

Chapter Contents:

  • Causes of Degradation in Precision
  • Intrinsic Noise
  • Extrinsic Noise: Radiation & Crosstalk
  • Extrinsic Noise: Conductive Interference
  • Differential Amplifiers
  • Instrumentation Amplifiers
  • Low-Level Amplification and Component Characteristics
  • Isolation Amplifiers
  • Autocalibration
  • Distortion
  • Transconductance Linearity of BJT Diff-Amp
  • BJT and FET Diff-Amp Temperature Characteristics
  • Thermal Distortion
  • Complementary Emitter-Follower Output Amplifier
  • Buffer Amplifier Design

Inspec keywords: analogue processing circuits

Other keywords: precision amplification; fidelity; ideal analog waveform processing; analog circuit performance; circuit speed

Subjects: Analogue processing circuits

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