ADA4897-1 features up to 230 MHz BW at the gain of 1 with output current drive of up to 80 mA when use with +/-5V supply.
ADA4895-1 has 236 MHz BW and output current drive of up to 80 mA when use with +/-5V supply.
AD8099 has 510 MHz BW with +/-5V…
Even better let's try the ADA4895-2, it's designed for high gains while maintaining the BW.
you can adda a feedback cap to reduce the high frequency peaking.
Hi, I am trying to implement High speed systems using the ADA4895-2 in inverting configuration. The circuit for the same is not that clear from the datasheet. And the circuit that I am using is not giving me the desired outputs for high frequency signals…
Here is a concern:
let's say your noise bandwidth is 10MHz, and the input voltage noise of the AD8021 is 2.5nV/rtHz this means that the noise just from that is about 8uV which is very compatable to your 10uV signal.
Can you provide a +/-5V supply…
You could use the AD8368 to follow the output of the AD5390 so you can produce a standard output voltage. It can be configured for automatic gain control with an output that is a factor of the ratio of your feedback resistors multiplied by…
Unfortunately the wizard deleted my design before I could save it, but I was able to type them back in from the SPICE file:
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I wrote an article appearing in this month’s Analog Dialogue that shows how compensating an amplifier—such as the ADA4895-2, which is normally stable for a gain higher than +9— to operate with a gain as low as +2, provides higher slew rate and faster…
Hi Smilee / Nick: The best that I'm aware of that would work on a single 5V supply is the LT1678, in an S8 package. Keep it biased near the middle of the 5V supply (certainly no lower than 1.7V) for the best results.
Another possibility is ADA4895…
Aside from being a dual amp with shutdown function and a max Vos<1mV, could you provide other specification that you are most concerned of? I'm looking at AD8028, ADA4897-2, and ADA4895-2 could be used in your application.