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Subject: Re: Finding 0 voltage in analog signals

Date: 01/23/02 at 3:58 PM
Posted by: Corry
E-mail: corry@unt.edu
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In Reply to: Re: Finding 0 voltage in analog signals posted by Russ Kincaid on 01/23/02 at 3:52 PM:

I thought with the compared to voltage to ground the opamp would work as an inverting amplifier, and with no resistor, would cause tremendous voltage spikes. Of course I only tested this theory with multisim and "Op-Amp Ideal Generic" or something to that effect....
Let me know, that was my original idea, but I was told that was wrong, simulated it, and on the multisim o-scope I set it to 1 mark=6KV and the spikes were still off the scale

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