Floyd Self-test in Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuits – Answers

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Answers for Floyd Self-test in Chapter 14 of Electronic Devices

Below are the answers key for Floyd Self-test in Chapter 14: Special-Purpose Op-Amp Circuits from the book Electronic Devices Conventional Current Version, 9th edition by Thomas L. Floyd.

1. three op-amps and seven resistors

2. setting the voltage gain

3. high-noise environments

4. answers (c) and (d)

5. input stage and output stage

6. a capacitor

7. CMRR

8. operational transconductance amplifier

9. a bias current

10. the transconductance and the load resistor

11. voltage-to-current amplifier

12. the logarithmic characteristic of a pn junction

13. answers (b) and (d)

14. ex

15. for all values of load resistance within defined limits

16. a comparator, a diode, and a capacitor

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