Inverting amplifier circuit




This design inverts the input signal, Vi , and applies a signal gain of –2 V/V. The input signal typically comes from a low-impedance source because the input impedance of this circuit is determined by the input resistor, R1. The common-mode voltage of an inverting amplifier is equal to the voltage connected to the non-inverting node, which is ground in this design.
  • Dual +/- 15-V supply
  • Input: +/- 7 V
  • Output: +/-14 V
  • Bandwidth: 3 kHz
  • Gain: -2 V/V

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Release date: 02-May-2018
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General-purpose op amps
LMV358A Dual, 5.5-V, 1-MHz, 4-mV offset voltage, RRO operational amplifier TLV170 Single, 36-V, 1.2-MHz, low-power operational amplifier for cost-sensitive applications

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* Application note Inverting Amplifier Circuit (Rev. C) Dec. 18, 2020
Application note AN-31 Amplifier Circuit Collection (Rev. D) Oct. 21, 2020
E-book Analog Engineer’s Circuit Cookbook: Amplifiers (Rev. A) Feb. 18, 2019
Application note AC coupled (HPF) non-inverting amplifier circuit (Rev. A) Feb. 01, 2019
Application note Non-inverting amplifier circuit (Rev. A) Jan. 31, 2019
Application note Inverting Amplifier with T-Network Feedback Circuit Apr. 14, 2018

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