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Which is not the internal circuit of operational amplifier?

(a) Differential amplifier

(b) Level translator

(c) Output driver

(d) Clamper

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The accurate answer is (d) Clamper

Simplify with an easy explanation: Clamper is an external circuit connected at the output of Operational amplifier, which clamp the output to desire DC level.

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