Hello to everybody.
I am about to use the AD8099 in a low noise integrator. High bandwidth is really needed and 10 V supply too.
This is the best option I found.
Looking at the datasheet, I have troubles understanding the low voltage biasing scheme.
At a first glance, it looks pretty standart but looking at figure 59 for instance, I do not really get why the decoupling caps on the positive rail (C2 and C3 in Fig 59) are connected to the negative rail. I would expect them to be connected to the ground. Is there something I miss ?
The bypass caps C2 and C3 are connected to -Vs in that way for optimum distortion and PSRR performance.