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The Op-Amp is a Op- Amp. Thank you for any advice. Upon initialization, MultiSim attempts to perform a DC balance. Since for DC a capacitor is the equivalent of an open circuit, that's what you get. Alternatively, replace V1 with an offset square wave with amplitude 0.
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Highest score default Date modified newest first Date created oldest first. And then you asked the user to use a step input which has me confused instead. I was intending on using the voltage across a resistor as the input to the Op-Amp, so the step function won't work, but I imagine using a switch instead should work for simulation purposes. Another way would be to use the existing setup with a switch across the cap, with the switch closed until after the simulation starts, then opening it.
Its main purpose is to amplify increase a weak signal. The chip can be used in a circuit in two ways. As you may see from the schematic, only a few components are needed to build the circuit. The circuits accepts as input a small signal, and gives the amplified signal with same frequency and same polarity of the original at the output. Also note that the output signal may be altered even if the input signal's frequency and amplitude is too high try searching for "Slew Rate".
To build this circuit you'll need: 1x 1. As you may see from the picture, the input signal the one at the top of the oscilloscope is a Sinewave with 5KHz frequency and mV amplitude. If the input signal is too big, the output sinewave would be distorced, with the maximum peak at 12 V and then a continuous line on the oscilloscope Can this arrangement be used to amplify sound if we have a speaker at the output and a mic input somewhere? Reply 8 years ago on Introduction.
NI Multisim Live lets you create, share, collaborate, and discover circuits and electronics online with SPICE simulation included. Simulation a non-inverting amplifier circuits by op-amp. A Non-Inverting Amplifier is a circuit designed to provide a positive voltage gain. Vout = Vin * (1 + Rf/R1).