• ADA4666-1 with Photodiode

    Hello Together,

    should this combination of a ADA4666-2 and a ADC-converter work?

  • ltc2159i+ada4932-1


  • ltc2159i+ada4932-1

    i want to use ada4932-1(single to diff) to drive ltc2159, the ada4932-1 input signal is 2vpp,and the max freq is 2mhz,and i want to use ac couple between ada 4932-1 diff out and ltc2159 input.how can i design schematic?or  other drivers  fit for ltc2159…

  • Composite amplifier using ADA4637-1 and ADA4870-1

    I want to build a composite amplifier using the Figure 77 of the datasheet ADA4870-1. It says that the voltage offset is less than 500 uV. I simulate this circuit using LTSpice, when driving ada4637-1 with 0V and monitor the output of ADA4870-1, it is…

  • Differential video transmission with ADA4433-1 and ADA4830-1


    Thanks for providing the spice model of both ADA4433-1 and the ADA4830(-1).

    I'm trying to design a DC coupled differential transmission system using the ADA4433-1 and the ADA4830.

    The overall gain from input (ADA4433-1) to output (ADA4830…

  • RE: ADATE305 VDDO_0/1, VSSO_0/1 termination

    Hi Tom,

    Thanks for clear answer.

    Best Regards,

  • RE: HMC666_using IF pin without 1:1 transformer

    Hi Josh,

    IF port could be used as single ended but the conversion loss will be 3dB more than specified in datasheet, and the isolation maybe worse.


  • ADA4627-1 and ADA4637-1 Null Inputs Connection


    ADA4627-1 and ADA4637-1 have NULL pins which are offset adjust pins. If I do not plan to use offset adjust what should I do with the NULL pins? Leave it floating or use 100k Ohm pull-up resistors?



  • AD8195:  1:1 HDMI/DVI Buffer with Equalization

    Is there any documentation for the evaluation board for the AD8195?


  • ADA4310-1, 4311-1 with sloped PD0, PD1

    When using 4310-1 or 4311-1, with PD0 and PD1 pins taking values between 0V and whatever is considered logic high, does the amplifier behave reasonably? By that does it behave without going unstable or draining excessive current or requiring excessive…