|Created||July 07, 2020|
|Last modified||December 23, 2020|
The ideal op-amp essentially produces its output voltage by subtracting the voltage difference between its inputs, and multiplying this difference by a large open-loop gain.
This example is from the The Ideal Op-Amp (Operational Amplifier) chapter of Ultimate Electronics Book.
The ideal op-amp essentially subtracts the voltage difference between its inputs, and multiplies this by a large open-loop gain
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