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DC Sweep of FirstOrder NonIdeal Current Source PUBLICThis simulation shows how a finite (not infinite) parallel internal resistance makes a current source behave in a nonideal way. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

FirstOrder NonIdeal Current Source PUBLICA nonideal current source has an finite internal resistance in parallel with the current source. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

DC Sweep of FirstOrder NonIdeal Voltage Source PUBLICThis simulation shows a how a nonzero internal resistance makes a voltage source be nonideal. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

FirstOrder NonIdeal Voltage Source PUBLICA nonideal voltage source has a nonzero internal resistance. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Ideal Current Source DC Sweep PUBLICAn ideal current source does not change in current as its terminal voltage difference is changed. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Ideal Voltage Source DC Sweep PUBLICAn ideal voltage source does not change voltage under a variable current load. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Ideal Voltage and Current Source Symbols PUBLICThe schematic symbols for the ideal voltage source and ideal current source are shown and labeled. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Ideal OpAmp with Finite Gain and GainBandwidth Product: Laplace Block Model PUBLICThe frequency response of a real opamp is well modeled with two parameters: an openloop DC gain, and a gainbandwidth product. These two parameters can be modeled in a single Laplace Block. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Ideal OpAmp with Finite Gain: Laplace Block Model PUBLICAn ideal opamp with finite gain can be modeled using a Laplace Block to represent the openloop gain. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

OpAmp with Voltage Rails as Analog Comparator PUBLICThe opamp with voltage rails can be used as an analog voltage comparator by connecting the two voltages to be compared to the opamp's two inputs. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

OpAmp With and Without Voltage Rails DC Sweep Comparison PUBLICThis simulation compares the openloop DC Sweep behavior of an opamp with and without voltage rails. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Ideal OpAmp with Voltage Rails Symbol PUBLICOpamps have positive and negative voltage rails which limit the ability of the output to swing too high or too low. This can result in clipping. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Ideal OpAmp Subtraction and Multiplication PUBLICThe ideal opamp essentially produces its output voltage by subtracting the voltage difference between its inputs, and multiplying this difference by a large openloop gain. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Ideal OpAmp Symbol PUBLICThe ideal opamp has three terminals: noninverting (+) input, inverting () input, and output. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Signal, Earth, Chassis Ground PUBLICSignal ground, earth ground, and chassis ground are the three most common types of grounding connections you'll see on a schematic. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Parallel Plate Capacitor with Interstital Plate PUBLICWhen a third plate is inserted between the two plates of a parallel plate capacitor, charges separate in the third plate to cancel the field within itself, and consequently the electric field gets... by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Parallel Plate Capacitor PUBLICA parallel plate capacitor has equal and opposite surface charges on the inner surfaces of the two plates, leading to parallel electric field lines in the small gap between the plates. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Induced Electrostatic Charge PUBLICCharges are free to move within conductive materials. This can be taken advantage of by bringing a charged object near a conductive object to create induced charge separation. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Voltage Controlled Voltage Source (VCVS) Example PUBLICIn a Voltage Controlled Voltage Source (VCVS), the voltage difference across this element depends on a voltage difference elsewhere in the circuit, multiplied by some gain. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 

Voltage Controlled Current Source (VCCS) Example PUBLICA Voltage Controlled Current Source (VCCS) has a current equal to some voltage difference elsewhere in the circuit multiplied by a gain. by UltimateElectronics  updated December 23, 2020 