D 2.61 Using the difference amplifier configuration of Fig. 2.16 and assuming an ideal op amp, design the circuit to provide the following differential gains. In each case, the differential input resistance should be 20 k. (a) 1 V/V (b) 5 V/V (c) 100 V/V (d) 0.5 V/V

61 - D 2.61 Using the difference amplifier configuration of Fig. 2.16 and assuming an ideal op amp, design the circuit to provide the following differential gains. In each case, the differential input resistance should be 20 k. (a) 1 V/V (b) 5 V/V (c) 100 V/V (d) 0.5 V/V

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images - D 2.61 Using the difference amplifier configuration of Fig. 2.16 and assuming an ideal op amp, design the circuit to provide the following differential gains. In each case, the differential input resistance should be 20 k. (a) 1 V/V (b) 5 V/V (c) 100 V/V (d) 0.5 V/V

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