• LT6203 as Buffer Amplifier

    My goal is to implement an analog-to-digital conversion. Therefor I used the LT6203 as an input buffer. The analog signal  is directly applied to the OpAmp (IN+ and IN-) as shown in the attached schematic:

    I supplied the LT6203 with +/-5V and have executed…

  • RE: Can DC890B evaluation board interfaced in any way other than using QuikEval or PScope?

    1) The LT6203 was chosen for its low noise, low distortion and fast settling time.

    2) Yes, a pin compatible op amp can be substituted for the LT6203. Neither the AD8652 or AD8618 are suitable for this application. Both have a 6V maximum operating voltage…

  • RE: ADC LTC2512-24 Driver Inquiry

    There are advantages to both op amps. You do not specify what you are interested in doing. The primary advantage of the LT6202 is low noise. The ADA4807-2 has lower offset and input bias current, more bandwidth and lower supply current. The LT6203 is…

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  • OPAMP lt6200-5

    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…