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That is the low frequency gain of the circuit. 68k/(6.8K + 6.8K) = a gain of -5, or -13.97 db.There is an error; the output gain is showing about 13 dB--how can that be correct when Vi =1V, Vo ~=<5V? All calculations of phase done using these values will be suspect.
The magic 8-ball says: "Yes -- definitely"Should I conclude that when exceeding certain frequencies the signal is very attenuated and the phase is wrong? Like it should stay at +90º and it keeps decreasing?
And if i want to work at that frequencies i need other type of ampop
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