Thank you for a thorough explanation.
I have looked further at your catalog of op-amps. Since I am designing a portable unit, I examined the following, with 5 V supply:
AD8605/AD8606/AD8608, AD8691/AD8692/AD8694, AD8655/AD8656, and the ADA4075-2.
Because the AD8691 is a CMOS amplifier, it should have very high input impedance. I do not think there will be any problems with interfacing this to the ADMP411. I have communicated with the engineer of this part to try and see whether I…
I have a quesion about AD8691.
Looking at the input voltage range of the datasheet, it says +3.9V(Max) at Vs=5V.
And also this is specifired at T A = 25°C.
We currently don't have ADA4530-1 in a die level and I'm not sure if we will have in the near near future. However, i found these few devices with 1pA typical bias current operational amplifiers in die/chipscale package. We have AD8691…
The ADP1621 boost controller can be used as you describe for an asynchronous design (one switch, one diode) with or without isolation.
The ADP1828 buck controller can be used as a 2 low side switch flyback if you do not need isolation.
The first thing to compare is the Signal-to-Noise and Distortion (known as SINAD) of the ADC to the distortion and noise (THD+Noise) of the op amp. You want the SNR+THD of the amplifier to be less than (i.e., more dB)that of the ADC. For example, the…
AD7998 datasheet says that the voltage range for external reference can be any between 1.2 and VDD. I acquired an eval-ad7998 board and rewired one of the digital potentiometer to work as the external reference voltage at 1.0 vcc (my magic number). The…
I am a digital designer, and a bit out of my element using op amps.
I need to amplify a pulse stream using a single op amp stage [board already designed/fabbed around an SOT23-5 package]. I am currently using I need the highest gain I can get [10-20mv…