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Standard Linear Guide

Authored on: Aug 22, 2011 by Heather Weir

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TI's Standard Linear guide showcases a wide range of standard analog products with features such as small packaging, performance and cost-savings, all designed to satisfy an extensive range of applications.
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Jay Sinnett Posted Sep 5, 2011

Does nobody proof these? Just a couple of examples: a "low-power" op amp on page 39 has an output of 2000 watts! And the inverting and non-inverting inputs on the Norton amp circuit on page 40 are reversed. (These are the only two pages I looked at in any detail, so the error rate is pretty high.)

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zeeglen Posted Sep 5, 2011

That is one heckuvan opamp! This looks like the years-old text conversion bug that transforms the Greek omega symbol to an upper case W. I thought that had been fixed by now. As for the inverted inputs, long ago we were trying to use a new schematic capture package from a well-known source. Every time the schematic was crunched it insisted on reversing the inputs to one of my opamps. The poor tech kept correcting the schematic only to have the inputs reversed again on the next run. I think in the end he re-drew that part of the schematic and crossed the input connections rather than trying to invert the opamp symbol.

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