D 2.34 Assuming the op amp to be ideal, it is required to design the circuit shown in Fig. P2.34 to implement a current amplifier with gain iL/iI = 11 A/A. (a) Find the required value for R. (b) What are the input and the output resistance of this current amplifier? (c) If RL = 1 k and the op amp operates in an ideal manner as long as vO is in the range ±12 V, what range of iI is possible? (d) If the amplifier is fed with a current source having a current of 0.2mA and a sourceresistance of 10 k,find iL.

34 - D 2.34 Assuming the op amp to be ideal, it is required to design the circuit shown in Fig. P2.34 to implement a current amplifier with gain iL/iI = 11 A/A. (a) Find the required value for R. (b) What are the input and the output resistance of this current amplifier? (c) If RL = 1 k and the op amp operates in an ideal manner as long as vO is in the range ±12 V, what range of iI is possible? (d) If the amplifier is fed with a current source having a current of 0.2mA and a sourceresistance of 10 k,find iL.

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images - D 2.34 Assuming the op amp to be ideal, it is required to design the circuit shown in Fig. P2.34 to implement a current amplifier with gain iL/iI = 11 A/A. (a) Find the required value for R. (b) What are the input and the output resistance of this current amplifier? (c) If RL = 1 k and the op amp operates in an ideal manner as long as vO is in the range ±12 V, what range of iI is possible? (d) If the amplifier is fed with a current source having a current of 0.2mA and a sourceresistance of 10 k,find iL.

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