Input-output Transfer Function Analysis of a Photometer Circuit Based on an Operational Amplifier
AbstractIn this paper an input-output transfer function analysis based on the frequencyresponse of a photometer circuit based on operational amplifier (op amp) is carried out. Opamps are universally used in monitoring photodetectors and there are a variety of amplifierconnections for this purpose. However, the electronic circuits that are usually used to carryout the signal treatment in photometer circuits introduce some limitations in theperformance of the photometers that influence the selection of the op amps and otherelectronic devices. For example, the bandwidth, slew-rate, noise, input impedance and gain,among other characteristics of the op amp, are often the performance limiting factors ofphotometer circuits. For this reason, in this paper a comparative analysis between twophotodiode amplifier circuits is carried out. One circuit is based on a conventional currentto-voltage converter connection and the other circuit is based on a robust current-to-voltageconverter connection. The results are satisfactory and show that the photodiode amplifierperformance can be improved by using robust control techniques. View Full-Text
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Hernandez, W. Input-output Transfer Function Analysis of a Photometer Circuit Based on an Operational Amplifier. Sensors 2008, 8, 35-50.
Hernandez W. Input-output Transfer Function Analysis of a Photometer Circuit Based on an Operational Amplifier. Sensors. 2008; 8(1):35-50.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hernandez, Wilmar. 2008. "Input-output Transfer Function Analysis of a Photometer Circuit Based on an Operational Amplifier." Sensors 8, no. 1: 35-50.