This example shows how a CMOS inverter can be used as an amplifier. The inverter has a large (negative) gain when its input is biased to 2.5 V. With the output connected to the input, this circuit amplifies its input 150x. -- Credits: Mr. Paul Falstad.
|Dharmik said: (Mar 22, 2011)|
|I would like to suggest you to place some application to perform and check out electronic projects which should be least able run atleast LED projects.
|Sundar said: (Mar 22, 2011)|
You can simulate the circuit, modify the circuit then simulate it.
You need java in your system to perform these tasks.
|Khelechie said: (Oct 19, 2012)|
|I like this website. Keep it on, but I will you people to please tell me how to place all the component in a circuit. I mean which is positive or negative in case I want to construct a circuit with a diagram?|
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