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The circuit in fig 1 is an integrator, which is also a low-pass filter with a time constant=R1C. When a voltage, Vin is firstly applied to the input of an integrating amplifier, the uncharged capacitor C has very little resistance and acts a bit like a short circuit (voltage follower circuit) giving an overall gain of less than 1, thus resulting in zero output. As the feedback capacitor C begins to charge up, its reactance Xc decreases and the ratio of Zf/R1 increases producing an output voltage that continues to increase until the capacitor is fully charged. At this point the ratio of feedback capacitor to input resistor (Zf/R1) is infinite resulting in infinite gain and the output of the amplifier goes into saturation. (Saturation is when the output voltage of the amplifier swings heavily to one voltage supply rail or the other with no control in between). The circuit design generate triangular wave providing square wave as input to the integrator. Hence, the integrator circuit generates integral output with respect to the input waveform. The rate at which the output voltage increases (the rate of change) is determined by the value of the resistor and the capacitor, "RC time constant". By changing this RC time constant value, either by changing the value of the Capacitor, C or the Resistor, R, the time in which it takes the output voltage to reach saturation can also be changed for example. If we apply a constantly changing input signal such as a square wave to the input of an Integrator Amplifier then the capacitor will charge and discharge in response to changes in the input signal. This results in the output signal being that of a saw tooth waveform whose frequency is dependent upon the RC time constant of the resistor/capacitor combination. If we apply a constantly changing input signal such as a square wave to the input of an Integrator Amplifier then the capacitor will charge and discharge in response to changes in the input signal. This results in the output signal being that of a saw tooth waveform whose frequency is dependent upon the RC time constant of the resistor/capacitor combination. Differentiator: The basic Differentiator Amplifier circuit is the exact opposite to that of the Integrator operational amplifier circuit that we saw in the previous experiment. Here, the position of the capacitor and resistor have been reversed and now the Capacitor, C is connected to the input terminal of the inverting amplifier while the Resistor, R1 forms the negative feedback element across the operational amplifier. This circuit performs the mathematical operation of Differentiation that is it produces a voltage output which is proportional to the input voltage's rate-of-change and the current flowing through the capacitor. In other words the faster or larger the change to the input voltage signal, the greater the input current, the greater will be the output voltage change in response becoming more of a "spike" in shape.

An inverting-amplifier circuit is built by grounding the positive input of the operational amplifier and connecting resistors R1 and R2, called the feedback networks, between the inverting input and the signal source and amplifier output node, respectively. With assumption that reverse-transfer parameter is negligibly small, open-circuit voltage gain Av, input resistance Zin and output resistance Zo can be calculated. NON INVERTING AMPLIFIER:

The operational amplifier can also be used to construct a non-inverting amplifier with the circuit indicated below. The input signal is applied to the positive or non-inverting input terminal of the operational amplifier, and a portion of the output signal is fed back to the negative input terminal. Analysis of the circuit is performed by relating the voltage at V2 to both the input voltage Vin and the output voltage Vo. http://www.scribd.com/doc/50943374/8/Design-of-Instrumentation-Amplifier

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