noninverting amplifier

noninverting amplifier

[¦nän·in′vərd·iŋ ′am·plə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
An operational amplifier in which the input signal is applied to the ungrounded positive input terminal to give a gain greater than unity and make the output voltage change in phase with the input voltage.
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Even though the circuit in the MAX44267EVKIT is preconfigured as a noninverting amplifier, engineers can change a few components to adapt the flexible circuit to other topologies or multiple op-amp configurations.
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