If you’re designing a linear circuit of any kind today, it most likely involves an op amp and even an analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The op amp is your go-to device simply because it can be configured to perform almost any linear function. And with most applications being digital today, your design probably includes an ADC, either as an individual IC or integrated into your MCU.
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