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Subject: Current Comparator

Date: 11/15/99
Posted by: Salman Faisal
E-mail: salman_f(at)yahoo(dot)com(no spam)
URL: http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/jungle/1949/


Hi, I am working on an optical amplifier. I want to stabilize it's output that ranges from 220m amperes to 250m amperes. For this I want to design an electronic circuit which can compare the output current at this level. Please take note of the fact that I want to take the output from photo- detector and give the feedback signal again to the same photo-detector. If you have something to tell me or have any other approach to solve this problem I'll be anxiously waiting to your reply. Thanks for the time. Salman Faisal salman_f@yahoo.com

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