## Stray Capacitance Effects

Stray Capacitance Effects: Stray Capacitance Effects (Cs) at the input terminals of an operational amplifier effectively introduces an additional phase-lag network in the feedback loop, (see Fig. 15-17), thus making…

Load Capacitance Effect: Capacitance connected at the output of an operational amplifier is termed Load Capacitance Effect (CL). Figure 15-20 shows that CLÂ is in series with the op-amp output resistance…

## Capacitance Voltage Dividers

Capacitance Voltage Dividers: Capacitance voltage dividers are ideal for measurement of fast rising voltages and pulses. The capacitance ratio is independent of the frequency, if their leakage resistance is high…

## Capacitance Voltage Transformer

Capacitance Voltage Transformer: The errors due to harmonic voltages can be eliminated by the use of capacitive voltage dividers with an electrostatic voltmeter or a high impedance meter such as…

## Measurement of Capacitance using Schering Bridge

Measurement of Capacitance using Schering Bridge: A very important bridge used for the precision measurement of capacitors and their insulating properties is the Schering Bridge Experiment. Schering Bridge basic circuit…

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## Frequency Response of Op Amp Articles

Frequency Response of Op Amp Articles: Single Stage Amplifier Frequency Response and Phase Response Curves: The voltage gain of a single-stage transistor amplifier commences to fall off at some high…

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## Electronics Engineering Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQs) Part 3

Electronics Engineering Multiple Choice Questions and Answers (MCQs) Part 3: 106. Which of the transistor models is most preferred for the analysis of a transistor circuit both at mid-band and…

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## Sinusoidal Oscillators Interview Questions and Answers

Sinusoidal Oscillators Interview Questions and Answers: 1. What is an oscillator? Ans. Oscillator may be defined as a circuit which generates an ac output signal of very high frequency without requiring…