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Half-wave rectifier circuit

The precision half-wave rectifier inverts and transfers only the negative-half input of a time varying input signal (preferably sinusoidal) to its output. By appropriately selecting the feedback resistor values, different gains can be achieved. Precision half-wave rectifiers are commonly used with other op amp circuits such as a peak-detector or bandwidth limited non-inverting amplifier to produce a DC output voltage. This configuration has been designed to work for sinusoidal input signals between 0.2mVpp and 4Vpp at frequencies up to 50kHz. Find Op Amps http://www.ti.com/amplifier-circuit/o... Learn more about analog signal chain in our online classroom, TI Precision Labs https://training.ti.com/ti-precision-... Evaluate and prototype with amplifiers using TI’s DIYAMP-EVM http://www.ti.com/tool/DIYAMP-EVM?HQS... Learn more about the circuit from this video http://www.ti.com/tool/CIRCUIT060009?...

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