# Amplifier circuits

Amplifier sub-circuit ideas that can be quickly adapted to meet your specific system needs

Each circuit below is presented as a "definition-by-example" and includes step-by-step instructions with formulas enabling you to adapt the circuit to meet your design goals. These circuits require a basic understanding of amplifier concepts. If you're new to amplifier design, we highly recommend completing our TI Precision Labs (TIPL) training series.

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Basic circuits

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Current sensing

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Signal sources

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Current sources

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Filters

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Non-linear circuits (rectifiers/clamps/peak detectors)

Non-linear circuits (rectifiers/clamps/peak detectors) |
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Half-wave rectifier circuit |

Full-wave rectifier circuit |

Single-supply, low-input voltage full-wave rectifier circuit |

Slew rate limiter circuit |

Single-supply, high-input voltage, full-wave rectifier circuit |

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Signal conditioning

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Comparators

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Sensor acquisition

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Integrated amplifier circuits using MSP430™ microcontrollers

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