CD4009 as linear amplifier simulation in proteus

CD4009 as linear amplifier simulation in proteus

In this article we will learn how to make CD4009 as a linear amplifier in proteus simulation.
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I hope you appreciate my work, let’s discuss about today’s project.

Components which we use in this project are listed below:

  1. Hex buffer (CD4009)
  2. Resistor (20k)
  3. Resistor (100k)
  4. 4061 IC
  5. Jumper wires

Diagram of this project is below:

CD4009 as linear amplifier simulation in proteus
CD4009 as linear amplifier simulation in proteus

Construction of CD4009 as linear amplifier simulation in proteus

  • Connect Vin pin of 4061 with the one side of resistor 20k
  • Connect the other side of resistor 20k with the +ve side of Hex buffer through the one side of resistor 100k
  • Connect the other side of resistor 100k with the other side of Hex buffer
  • Give a output

Working of CD4009 as linear amplifier simulation in proteus

The CD4009 is typically used as a linear amplifier. It is a CMOS hex buffer or inverter IC (Integrated Circuit) designed for digital logic applications. Its primary function is to buffer or invert digital signals, making it suitable for tasks like level shifting, signal conditioning, and logic signal buffering.

Applications of CD4009 as linear amplifier simulation in proteus

  1. Voltage Level Shifting
  2. Signal Buffering
  3. Low-Frequency Amplification
  4. Inverting Amplifier
  5. Signal Conditioning

Advantages of CD4009 as linear amplifier simulation in proteus

  1. Simplicity
  2. Low Power Consumption
  3. High Input Impedance
  4. High Output Impedance
  5. Availability