Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by Geney, Oct 9, 2012.
What do the :terms GB and EA in an op amp mean?
I suppose GB is gain-bandwith.
Don't know what is EA.
Can you post the data sheet, text or context?
Actually vwe used an op amp as an integrator and in the circuit I came across these terms. A voltage dependent current source is named as gb and voltage dependabt voltage wad referred as ea in the circuit
In spice simulators, g is the designator prefix for voltage-dependent current sources, and e is the designator prefix for voltage-dependent voltage sources.
It would be a great help if you could provide a sketch of the circuit you are talking about so that we have some context and don't have to play mind-reader.