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Help me with a deisgn project what would this schematic look like and howFor my project, I want to design and construct a multistage discrete operational amplifier (Op-Amp) circuit with an integrated power supply. The power supply stage will include the bridge rectifier and Zener regulator.The outcome of this project will be a functional Op-Amp circuit that can amplify input signals, coupled with a power supply unit that provides stable and well-regulated voltages. Power Supply Stage: ? Rectifier Stage: Given an input voltage of 120 Vrms, I am going to aim for an output voltage that provides effective rectification to DC, typically around 1.4 times the peak AC voltage. So, a single output around 168 V DC. ? Filter Capacitor: To achieve a voltage ripple of approximately 0.25 (25%), I am going to select a filter capacitor value of 1000 µF or higher, depending on the load current I will solve for. ? Total Voltage (Op-Amp and Power Supply): ? Max Total Voltage: To set the maximum total voltage to approximately 20 V, my dual supply will be designed for +10 V and -10 V ? Min Total Voltage: For a minimum total voltage of around 10 V, my dual supply will be designed for +5 V and -5 V. ? Zener Regulator Stage: ? Max Total Voltage: +5 V and -5 V ? Min Total Voltage: lower voltage: maybe +3.3 V and -3.3 V ? Discrete Electronic System: ? Bias Stage (Q-point): I am going to design for 2.5 V and 3mA. ? Bias Configuration: I am going to design with a voltage divider bias. ? System Design: ? Amplifier-Based: aiming to achieve amplifier-specific performance parameters like voltage gain, bandwidth, and input/output impedance. can I pick resisor and capacitor values:

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