How would i go about creating this amp with a gain of 30. Resistors are no prob, but how would i find the gain with the capacitor and resistor in this differentiating amp?
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What is the frequency at which you need a gain of 30?
The gain is simply the capacitor reactance at the design frequency divided by the input resistance.
What is the frequency at which you need a gain of 30?
The gain is simply the capacitor reactance at the design frequency divided by the input resistance.
So assuming there is no frequency as a dependant variable here, my gain would just be capacitive reactance/ value of input resistor?
I think the gain would simply be RC because the output function formula is the following.
\(v_o=RC{{dv_i}\over{dt}}\)
So, you need to find the best combination of standard resistor and capacitor values that gives you RC=30, as closely as possible.
I'm not sure I follow you. You need to know the input to calculate the output.How would the input and output voltage be found now, if neither are known to begin with?
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