The ordinary modern IC op amp is fully applicable to most standard amplifier configurations. Error sources are small and may be of no concern, or one can easily compensate for them. Yet there are some types of circuits where inherent but small op-amp error sources can’t be tolerated. As a result, precision IC op amps have been created to address these needs. Three examples here illustrate some common problems and solutions.
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