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Basics Transfer Characteristics
Transfer Characteristics are usually shown as graphs of the input and output voltages or currents of components or circuits.
When current is flowing normally, there are about 0.7 volts across a typical silicon diode. When reverse biased, at some voltage the diode breaks down and a large current flows. (often > 50 V)
A Transfer Characteristic (left) and a normal Voltage time graph (right). This happens because the circuit can't output a voltage greater than the power supply voltage so the output voltage is limited.
This is a mathematical description of the input output relationships of component or circuit currents or voltages.
For inverting op-amps Vout = - Vin Rf / R1 and Vout < Vsupply
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