High-frequency amplifier

  • 14-Apr-2011 03:39 EDT

Trek’s Model 2100HF amplifier delivers high-frequency, high-speed, wide-bandwidth performance for microelectromechanical systems as well as electro-optic, materials research, metrology, piezoelectric, and ultrasonic applications. It provides precise control of output voltages from 0 to ±150 V dc or peak ac, with output currents of 0 to ±300 mA, large signal bandwidth capabilities to 2.6 MHz (-3 dB), and typical slew rates of 2000 V/µs. Small signal bandwidth is greater than 3 MHz, and full-power frequency response is essentially flat up to 2 MHz. The dual feedback design ensures accurate output signal response over a range of frequencies and loads.

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