How to Use a Chip Vendor Op-Amp Model in LTSpice

I introduce an Instructable that demonstrates how to go beyond the component library supplied with LTspice by incorporating an LMV321 op-amp model from three different chip vendors to create a simple amplifier schematic as shown in the drawing. Each of these models highlight different methods available within LTspice for use with the wide variety of component models supplied from various vendor websites. Each of these models present different performance features as well. To highlight these performance issues I reuse these three models in a Current-to-Voltage design as well.

https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Use-a-Chip-Vendor-Op-Amp-Model-in-LTSpice/

Author: Ron Fredericks

Ron Fredericks is looking for research laboratories that need online go-to-market technical support. He holds 2 patents in biophysics, 2 awards from Wind River an Intel company for online publishing, and a specialist award from Adobe for reusable training content. As editor for two high tech magazines he has experience organizing technical market strategy and motivating individuals into content creation experts. Product integration from components to client solutions, interfacing instruments to computers, and building hardware/software prototypes are some examples where he thrives.

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