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Looking chip, sine-In to square-Out, out always 5V p-p

Question asked by VictorOrlov on Aug 18, 2017
Latest reply on Aug 30, 2017 by MRichardson



Input signal - sine. Peak to peak value from 0.1V to 2V. The output signal is a square wave, the peak to peak value is always 5V, which does not depend on frequency and input level.


I mean, for example:

1. Signal in, sine, 0.1V p-p 120 MHz ---->  Out = 5V p-p square 120 MHz

2. Signal in, sine, 2V p-p 20 MHz ---->  Out = 5V p-p square 20 MHz