i have used the wizards help to create a design using the ADA4625-1
my question is - do not have an option for -VS on my board
if i ground this pin would i get only half the amplification?
how else would this effect my design?
Depending on your filter requirements, you can also try the latest ADA4625-1 18MHz GBP, which is perfect for PLL applications. For your +20V (pos supply) and 0V (neg supply), ADA4625-1 will have IVR of +16.5 to 0V.
Is there any update on this topic. I too am looking for info on the current noise at low frequency. I intend to use ADA4625-1 for a unity gain buffer following a passive R-C filter ~1 MOhm + 20 uF (CDE #935C1W20K-F) and would like to estimate the noise…
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Thanks tony and harry for your replies.
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