High-speed amplifier

  • 10-Oct-2011 02:07 EDT

Linear Technology’s LTC6360 low-noise, high-speed amplifier can drive to 0 V while maintaining high linearity on a single +5 V supply. The integrated charge pump provides an internal negative rail, eliminating the need for a negative supply. The amplifier achieves high precision and is suited for driving 16- and 18-bit successive approximation register analog-to-digital converters. Input offset voltage is less than 250 μV max, and noise is 2.3 nV/√Hz. The output is designed to drive a series 10 Ω resistor and 330 pF capacitor filter network, although larger load capacitances can be driven.

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