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Cp: Capacitance of photodiode, approximately 60 pF. Cin: Input capacitance of op-amp, approximately 5 pF. The Rf Cp combination results in a pole inside the feedback loop that results in potential instability. Plotted in Figure 1-34 is frequency response of vo / ip of the original circuit with Rf ϭ 15 k, showing that the response is very underdamped. Other unmodeled poles can result in oscillation. By adding a capacitance across the feedback resistor, a lead transfer function is created (Figure 1-35).
Plotted in Figure 1-34 is frequency response of vo / ip of the original circuit with Rf ϭ 15 k, showing that the response is very underdamped. Other unmodeled poles can result in oscillation. By adding a capacitance across the feedback resistor, a lead transfer function is created (Figure 1-35). The added lead zero can create positive phase shift near the crossover frequency, hence improving stability. 0 GHz Frequency V(Vo) Figure 1-34: PSPICE results of frequency response of the photodiode ampliﬁer, showing potential instability near 15 MHz.
A) Circuit. (b) Bode plot of magnitude and phase angle of the frequency response of the lead network. w ww. c om Review of Feedback Systems 15 Parenthetical Comment on Some Interesting Feedback Loops The inquisitive student may wonder whether a system that has a loop transmission magnitude greater than unity where the loop transmission angle is Ϫ180° can be stable or not. In using the gain margin/phase margin test, we look at the frequency at which the magnitude drops to unity, and we don’t concern ourselves with other frequencies.
Analog Circuits (World Class Designs) by Robert Pease