If you do it in the laboratory, then strictly speaking, it's a measurement and not a calculation. If you just want a simple method, then you can wire up a simple unity gain buffer amplifier and put a step change in voltage into the input of the circuit. Make sure the rise time is much faster than the slew rate estimate you get from the datasheet. The output will ramp up initially and then will eventually go to the correct constant value of your step voltage. The slope of the initial ramp is the slew rate.could some one please suggest a way to calculate slew rate of op07 practically in laboratory?
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