Transimpedance amplifier with t-network circuit



This transimpedance amplifier with a T-network feedback configuration converts an input current into an output voltage. The current-to-voltage gain is based on the T-network equivalent resistance which is larger than any of the resistors used in the circuit. Therefore, the T-network feedback configuration circuit allows for very high gain without the use of large resistors in the feedback or a second gain stage, reducing noise, stability issues and errors in the system.
  • Input: Ii = 0 A to 100 nA
  • Output: Vo = 0 V to 3.2 V
  • BW: f = 10 kHz
  • Supply:
    • Vcc = 3.3 V
    • Vee = 0 V
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