Our customer made their products with your ADA4096-4 as a comparator.
On the following schematic,
When the potential difference is over around 1V, then ADA4096 have a leakage currnet as 20uA to 200uA from - pin to GND.
Ibmax is 25nAmax…
After using the filter wizard for a design, I am finding some ambiguity in the results of the software, vs data sheet specifications. Or probably a misunderstanding on the results on my part.
The ADA4096 data sheet indicates an input overload swing…
As per the information given in the datasheet the voltage noise density is 27nV/Sqrt(Hz).
I have downloaded the spice model of ADA4096 and simulated as shown in attachment. The simulation results show that the voltage noise density is around 800nV…
I am trying to simulate a circuit using the ADA4096-2 and have found that the simulation runs indicating a high input offset voltage on the amp, typically 1.5mV versus the data sheet typical of 35uV. I have stripped down my model to a bare bones unity…
I'm testing the ADA4096-2 amplifier. The testing circuit is an unity gain buffer with a 30Hz sine signal, with dual +/- 3V supply, both amplifiers receive the same signal. I see the output is clamped correctly to the supply voltage values, however, as…
I have a question about ADA4096-2.
At datasheet, it says absolute maximum is "(-V)-32V < Vin <(+V)+32".
Does this mean if -V = +V = 0V, can we input ±32V to Input pins?
Is there an Analog Devices part that can accept 4:4:4 encoding?
datasheet on page 13 states that the ADV7612 supports 36-bit 4:4:4 YCrCb, but the table 5 and 6 do not list this mode. Is it supported, how can it be activated?