Simulate your circuits online


Hello there everyone,

 

This week we are going to see how to create your own circuits online

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Bipolar Differential Amplifier

This circuit amplifies the differential voltage on the input signals.

Run a transient analysis on this circuit. Try adjusting the current source I1. Lower currents will limit the output drive.

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Simple CMOS Inverter

Illustrates a simple CMOS inverter using a transient response simulation

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OpAmp Transient

Inverting amplifier with a gain of -3. Simulation shows the transient response of output voltage over time for a total of 2ms over 2 cycles of the input waveform.

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Full-wave Rectifier with Smoothing Capacitor

A type of single phase rectifier uses four individual rectifying diodes connected in a closed loop “bridge” configuration to produce the desired output with smoothing capacitor converts the full-wave rippled output of the rectifier into a smooth DC output voltage.

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Passive Low Pass Filter

An electrical filter is a circuit that can be designed to modify, reshape or reject all unwanted frequencies of an electrical signal and accept or pass those signals that are really wanted.

A simple passive RC Low Pass Filter (LPF) is made by connecting together in series of a single Resistor with a single Capacitor as shown.

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RC Charging Circuit

Shows a capacitor ( C ) in series with a resistor ( R ) forming an RC Charging Circuit connected across a DC battery supply ( Vs ). When the circuit simulates, the capacitor will gradually charge up through the resistor until the voltage across it reaches the supply voltage of the battery. The manner in which the capacitor charges up is also shown below.

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Differential Amplifier

A differential amplifier with two inputs marked V1 and V2. The two identical transistors TR1 and TR2 are both biased at the same operating point with their emitters connected together and returned to the common rail, -Vee by way of resistor Re.

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