In LT6200-5 OPAMP datasheet it is given that gain bandwidth product is equal to 800MHz at Av>=5. What is the maximum frequency at which LT6200-5 can be operated with proper rise and fall time.?
Is there is any method to improve the rise and fall time…
A small amount of scarce information can be extracted directly from the datasheet:
If this mode is used in testing, it is quite acceptable, in my opinion. To not have problems with EMI without pull up resistor just try adding a capacitor between ground…
See these links.
LT6202 Product Page
LT6200 Product Page
LT2079 Product Page
Ordering information can be found on the Sample and Buy section of the product pages.
LT1763 Product Page
AD7680 Product Page
My comment regarding 1% is just a conservative rule of thumb that I use. It's possible to achieve loop bandwidths that are greater than 1% of the 3dB GBW product. The AD8065 or LT6200 are a couple of op amps you might consider. Unfortunately…
I downloaded this demo circuit from https://www.analog.com/en/design-center/evaluation-hardware-and-software/lt-spice-demo-circuits.html
When I attempt to run the simulation it never converges. Any suggestions? Thanks.
The demo is tilted "LT6200 & LTC2050…
In ADC LTC2512-24 datasheet, LT6202 is recommended to be used as ADC driver. But in "Precision ADC Driver Tool - BETA", there is no option to use LT6202 in driver selection (only LT6200 available). In this ADC driver tool, ADA4807-2 seems to…
Your loop BW needs to be as wide as possible to get the best integrated noise. I know the LT6200 has successfully been used with our PLL products utilizing a PFD output to achieve a 700kHz loop BW, probably could be pushed further.
Use the link…
We have built our prototype following the indications form the datasheet and the circuit example but it does not work, there is no Loop Lock and the HMC699 gets very very hot. The system must lock to 5920MHz, we asked for the programming registers…