This chapter discusses the merits and demerits of CFOAs, outlines a number of basic analog circuits realizable with CFOAs (which include all the four controlled sources namely, VCVS, VCCS, CCVS and CCCS, instrumentation amplifier, unity gain voltage and current follower, integrators and differentiators) and describes the internal circuit schematic/architecture, characteristic features and the parameters of a number of IC CFOAs produced by leading IC manufacturers.
Current Feedback Op-amps (CFOAs) Basic Analog Circuits Unity Gain Voltage Instrumentation Amplifier High Slew Rate
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