Chapter 25. Common Application Mistakes
When one works as an analog applications engineer for many years supporting customer inquiries, some patterns begin to emerge. Inquires run the gamut from newcomers who have no business attempting analog design to those from analog design experts who encountered something new and unusual that challenges even the best support engineer. Unfortunately, there is also a class of inquiries that are bound to elicit a groan, mistakes the author has seen many times before and unfortunately will see many times again. It is hoped that this chapter will educate people to some of the most common mistakes and save designers from continuing to make them.
25.2. Op Amp Operated at Less than Unity (or Specified) ...