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An OP amp has a slew rate of 1V/µs. At a signal frequency of 0.1 MHz, the maximum undistorted sine wave ...
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An OP amp has a slew rate of 1V/µs. At a signal frequency of 0.1 MHz, the maximum undistorted sine wave amplitude is (a) 8V (b) 4.82 V (c) 2.02 V (d) 1.592 V
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Slew rate = 2πfv
where v is the amplitude
V=(1/2π*0.1) = 1.592V
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