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Explaining how an OP-Amp Low-Pass Filter works [Theory]
posted September 17 2014 14:48.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is a very good explanation on how the OP-Amp low-pass filter works. Stan Gibilisco starts with a non-inverting amplifier OP-Amp circuit and then adds the one extra capacitor to convert it into a low-pass filter, explaining why this happens and how it works.



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