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To maintain a constant current; no significant current is, however, drawn from the standard. The noninverting booster amplifier permits relatively large currents to be passed through the cell. Application of Operational Amplifiers to Mathematical Operations (bl FIGURE 3-23 Constant p0- tential sources. An important property of the basic inverting operational amplifier circuit shown in Figure 3-16 is that substitution of various combinations of resistors and capacitors for Rj and R, permit mathematical operations to be performed on the input signal.
The input impedance is the open-loop impedance for the amplifier, which can be very large (100 Ma) when a field effect transistor is employed. The output impedance, on the other hand, is low « 1 a). As will be shown later, this impedance transformation is valuable in the measurement of high-impedance sources with low-impedance measuring devices. Amplification Measurement and of Transducer Signals Operational amplifiers find general application to the amplification and measurement of the electrical signals frolD transducers.
23). The emitter-collector circuit is powered by a dc source or. power supply that may consist of a series of b~tteries or a rectifier. Typically, the power supply will provide a potential between 9 and 30 V. Note that, as shown by the breadth of the arrows, the collector or output current Ie is significantly larger than the base input current lB' Furthermore, the magnitude of the collector current is directly proportional to the input current. That is, where the proportionality constant a is the current gain, which measures the current amplification that has occurred.
Analytic Sets (London school 1978) by C. A. Rogers, J. E. Jayne et. al. (editors)