# Op Amp Specifications

Full-power Bandwidth

The full-power bandwidth of an op amp is the range of frequencies in which an op amp operates with full power.

This "full power region" is the region from 0 Hz(DC) to the frequency at which the power output is half its DC power.

This is the region where the amplifier has the highest gain.

Below is a chart showing the full-power bandwidth of an op amp below:

The full-power bandwidth is the range of frequencies where the op amp has the most gain. The cutoff point of the
full-power bandwidth is when it drops 3dB from its maximum gain. This is then the half-power point. After this, the gain of the op amp
falls at a steady, constant rate called the gain-bandwidth product, until it reaches 0.