• ADL5566 and ADRF6520

    Is there an optimum matching circuit to interface the ADL5566 output to the input of the ADRF6520.

    We would like to maintain the low noise figure and high gain of the ADL5566.

    Sammy

  • RE: Problem about the differential outputs of ADRF6510

    The common-mode output voltage of the ADL5380 may not be compatible with the input common mode range of the ADRF6510. One component that does work is the ADL5566. Look at the ADL5566 datasheet on page #19 showing the connection.

  • loading of ADL5566 Voc pins

    Hello-

    We are using the ADL5566 to drive the two inputs to the ADS5407, but the resulting common mode is 2.3V rather than 1.9V. How much current can the Voc input pins of the ADL5566 draw? The Vcc pins are at 5V. Thanks and Best Regards,

    -Tim Starr…

  • RE: AD8138 输出直流与VOCM输入不符

    固定增益的吗?推荐ADL5566

  • ADL5566 : about the NC pins

    Hello,


    The following description is given for the NC pins on the ADL5566 differential amplifier :

    "No Connect. Do not connect to this pin. Solder to ground."

    Now if you look at the application information and also at the evaluation board…

  • RE: Suitable Driver for AD9681 ADC, ADL5566 or AD8351 or else?

    Hi bsam.

    thanks a lot.

    I would like to use the ADL5566 to drive the AD9681 and do SE-Diff conversion. In front of the ADL5566 i have a single ended (SE) bandpass (switched) and I need a max of 60dB gain - of which I would like to have at least some…

  • 关于运放的输入共模电压问题

    hi,

    我在研究ADL5566参数的时候,从手册中了解到ADL5566的输入共模电压1.2V-1.8V/3.3VCC,但是我在看到ADL5566的demo板的时候,模拟输入前端使用AC耦合,进入运放Vin端的共模电压应该变成了0V,这与手册的输入共模电压参数有冲突,ADI的官方demo板应该不会出现这种错误的吧,是我哪里理解错了吗?请帮忙指点一下,谢谢。

  • RE: An  issue about  ADA4961

    Hi, Huang,

        The ADA4961 is designed to be AC coupled, and it's gain increases below 10 MHz.  For applications that need flat frequency response near or below 10 MHz, it'll be better to use completely dc-coupled, low-distortion differential amplifiers…

  • RE: 放大器 低频应用

    产品线的工程师回复如下

    The ADA4961 is designed to be AC coupled, and it's gain increases below 10 MHz.  For applications that need flat frequency response near or below 10 MHz, it'll be better to use completely dc-coupled, low-distortion differential amplifiers…