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Transcript
Current Feedback op amps enable operation at higher speeds.
Traditionally they have wider bandwidths and higher slew rates than
voltage feedback amplifiers and do not feature a Gain Bandwidth
restriction associated with Voltage Feedback op amps.
An amplifier with the inverting voltage
feedback is illustrated below:
Here, the output voltage drives a
feedback resistor R2, which is
connected to the inverting input,
and the voltage gain is
independent on the error. Instead
of acting like a voltage amplifier,
an amplifier with an inverting
voltage feedback acts like an ideal
current-to-voltage converter, a
device with a constant ratio of
output voltage to the input
current.