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5 mV maximum for the “A” grade. 3 µV/°C. 5pA/ √Hz Figure 1-22: AD829 op amp simplified schematic In an op amp input circuit such as Figure 1-22, the input bias current is the base current of the transistors comprising the long-tailed pair, Q1–Q2. It can be quite high, especially in high speed amplifiers, because the collector currents are high. It is typically ~3 µA, for the AD829. In amplifiers where the bias current is uncompensated (as true in this case), the bias current will be equal to one-half of the Q1–Q2 emitter current, divided by the HFE.

Single-supply parts operate better in this regard, because they are internally designed to maximize these respective ranges. 8 V at the output, and so on. But, rather interestingly, such devices are also usually restricted to lower supply ranges (only), so their upper dynamic range in absolute terms is actually more limited. For example, a traditional ±15 V 18 Op Amp Basics dual-supply device can typically swing 20 V p-p, or more than four times that of a 5 V single-supply part. If the total dynamic range is considered (assuming an identical input noise), the dual-supply operated part will have four times (or 12 dB) greater dynamic range than that of the 5 V operated part.

44, No. 9, November 1965, pp. 1887−1950 Figure 1-19: A 1965 solid- state current feedback op amp design from Bell Labs The circuit shown is a composite amplifier containing a high speed ac amplifier (shown inside the dotted outline) and a separate dc servo amplifier loop (not shown). The feedback resistor R2 is ac coupled to the low impedance emitter of transistor Q1. The circuit design was somewhat awkward because of the lack of good high frequency PNP transistors, and it also required zener diode level shifters, and nonstandard supplies.

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