## What is closed loop gain of op-amp?

Closed-loop gain is the gain of the amplifier with the feedback loop closed, as opposed the open- loop gain, which is the gain with the feedback loop opened. Closed-loop gain has two forms: signal gain and noise gain.

**What is open-loop and closed loop in op-amp?**

To achieve stable operation, op-amps are used with negative feedback. The gain of an op-amp without feedback is called the open-loop gain whereas the gain of an op-amp with a feedback circuit is called the closed-loop gain.

**What is open-loop gain and closed loop gain?**

### How do you find open-loop gain and closed loop gain?

The closed loop gain can be calculated if we know the open loop gain and the amount of feedback (what fraction of the output voltage is negatively fed back to the input). So, with a huge open-loop gain, we can easily get the closed loop gain if all we know is the negative feedback: if it just the reciprocal.

**What is loop gain in amplifier?**

The loop gain is calculated by imagining the feedback loop is broken at some point, and calculating the net gain if a signal is applied. In amplifiers, the loop gain is the difference between the open-loop gain curve and the closed-loop gain curve (actually, the 1/β curve) on a dB scale.

**What are open-loop and closed-loop gains of op-amps?**

What are open-loop and closed-loop gains of an op-amp? Op-amps have a high gain (around 105, or 100 dB). To achieve stable operation, op-amps are used with negative feedback.

#### What is the maximum gain of an op amp?

In most op-amps it ranges from 100,000 to 1,000,000 x. Closed loop gain is the result of applying negative feedback from the op-amp output to its inverting input to control the gain. Yeah, I know. Someone will have the brilliant idea of running an op-amp open loop to form a REALLY high gain amplifier. There are a few problems with this notion.

**What if the open loop gain is only 50?**

If the open loop gain is only 50, then we must use much less negative feedback to get a gain of 10. (You can work that out with the formula.)

**What is closed loop gain in a circuit?**

Closed loop gain is the gain that results when we apply negative feedback to “tame” the open loop gain. The closed loop gain can be calculated if we know the open loop gain and the amount of feedback (what fraction of the output voltage is negatively fed back to the input).