amplification not corresponding to calculations

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by andreasharbo, May 8, 2013.

  1. andreasharbo

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    May 8, 2013
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    Hi everyone!

    My first post on this site.

    I have a problem with the amp circuit, i am in the process of creating. The purpose is to amplify a low mic signal in mV AC to volts. I have created a non-inverting amp with 2 stages. One with A = 100 and the next with A = 10.

    So the problem is that there is only one third of the calculated gain in the first stage.

    Resistor values are:
    R1 = 90.9 Ω and
    R2 = a series of 7k5 Ωand 1k47 Ω = 8970 Ω

    this should give an amplification of ≈ 99.6

    In my test setup i send in 3 mV of AC sine wave 1 kHz, but i only measure around 99 mV on the output of the opamp, wich is an amplification of ≈ 33. I am using a TLE2074 opamp, with +/- 6v on the supply.

    Can anyone say anything about what might cause this problem?

    best regards
    Andreas
     
  2. WBahn

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    Mar 31, 2012
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    If you want us to look for why your circuit isn't working as you intended, don't you think it might be just a tad helpful if you posted what your circuit looks like?
     
  3. JoeJester

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    It would be nice to see the schematic.

    It would also be nice to see clear picture of the finished product, top and bottom if on a PCB, to look and ensure you wired it per your schematic.
     
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