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Contact Mic

Contact Mic PUBLIC

Simple Preamplifier circuit made for a piezo-contact mic (The piezo disc is represented as a function generator for simulation purposes). As seen in: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOJuCYgmPPE

by Brillow | updated March 11, 2012

amplifier   contact-mic   microphone   piezo  

CMoy (tangentsoft)

CMoy (tangentsoft) PUBLIC

Schematic: http://tangentsoft.net/audio/cmoy-tutorial/

by tralamazza | updated March 08, 2012

amplifier   cmoy   op-amp  

AC-coupled inverting amp

AC-coupled inverting amp PUBLIC

by tralamazza | updated March 08, 2012

amplifier   op-amp  

Basic inverting amplifier

Basic inverting amplifier PUBLIC

by hevans | updated March 05, 2012

amplifier   op-amp  

Diff_Pair

Diff_Pair PUBLIC

Bipolar diff pair is used as an example to show how to get "custom" blocks to act as a pseudo-subcircuit

by CarlSawtell | updated March 02, 2012

amplifier  

BJT difference amp

BJT difference amp PUBLIC

by mrobbins | updated February 04, 2012

amplifier   bjt  

Cascode current mirror -- actively loaded differential pair amp

Cascode current mirror -- actively loaded differential pair amp PUBLIC

Q1 and Q2 are the main amplification. The four PNP BJTs provide a cascoded current mirror for super high gain active load.

by mrobbins | updated November 01, 2011

amplifier   bjt   cascode  

Op-Amp logarithmic amp

Op-Amp logarithmic amp PUBLIC

An op-amp, diode, and resistor can together be used to create a logarithmic amplifier, where the output voltage is proportional to the log of the input voltage.

by mrobbins | updated October 25, 2011

amplifier   nonlinear   op-amp  

Op-amp non-inverting amplifier

Op-amp non-inverting amplifier PUBLIC

by mrobbins | updated October 21, 2011

amplifier   op-amp  

Op-amp inverting amplifier

Op-amp inverting amplifier PUBLIC

by mrobbins | updated October 21, 2011

amplifier   op-amp  

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