Understanding silicon circuits: inside the ubiquitous 741 op amp

Understanding silicon circuits: inside the ubiquitous 741 op amp

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Ken Shirriff’s blog looks inside the famous 741 OPMAP and discuss how it’s made and how it’s working:

The 741 op amp is one of the most famous and popular ICs[1] with hundreds of millions sold since its invention in 1968 by famous IC designer Dave Fullagar. In this article, I look at the silicon die for the 741, discuss how it works, and explain how circuits are built from silicon.

Understanding silicon circuits: inside the ubiquitous 741 op amp – [Link]

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