High Speed, Video Difference Amplifier AD830
FEATURES Differential Amplification Wide Common-Mode Voltage Range: +12.8 V, –12 V Differential Voltage Range: ؎2 V High CMRR: 60 dB @ 4 MHz Built-in Differential Clipping Level: ؎2.3 V Fast Dynamic Performance 85 MHz Unity Gain Bandwidth 35 ns Settling Time to 0.1% 360 V/s Slew Rate Symmetrical Dynamic Response Excellent Video Specifications Differential Gain Error: 0.06% Differential Phase Error: 0.08؇ 15 MHz (0.1 dB) Bandwidth Flexible Operation High Output Drive of ؎50 mA min Specified with Both ؎5 V and ؎15 V Supplies Low Distortion: THD = –72 dB @ 4 MHz Excellent DC Performance: 3 mV max Input Offset Voltage APPLICATIONS Differential Line Receiver High Speed Level Shifter High Speed In-Amp Differential to Single Ended Conversion Resistorless Summation and Subtraction High Speed A/D Driver
CONNECTION DIAGRAM 8-Pin Plastic Mini-DIP (N), Cerdip (Q) and SOIC (R) Packages
NC = NO CONNECT
input and produces an output voltage referred to a user-chosen level. The undesired common-mode signal is rejected, even at high frequencies. High impedance inputs ease interfacing to finite source impedances and thus preserve the excellent common-mode rejection. In many respects, it offers significant improvements over discrete difference amplifier approaches, in particular in high frequency common-mode rejection. The wide common-mode and differential-voltage range of the AD830 make it particularly useful and flexible in level shifting applications, but at lower power dissipation than discrete solutions. Low distortion is preserved over the many possible differential and common-mode voltages at the input and output.
The AD830 is a wideband, differencing amplifier designed for use at video frequencies but also useful in many other applications. It accurately amplifies a fully differential signal at the
Good gain flatness and excellent differential gain of 0.06% and phase of 0.08° make the AD830 suitable for many video system applications. Furthermore, the AD830 is suited for general purpose signal processing from dc to 10 MHz.
VS = ±5V RL = 150Ω
CL = 33pF
VS = ±15V
VS = ±5V
GAIN – dB
CMRR – dB
0 –3 CL = 4.7pF
–6 –9 –12
CL = 15pF
50 –15 40
FREQUENCY – Hz
Common-Mode Rejection Ratio vs. Frequency
FREQUENCY – Hz
Closed-Loop Gain vs. Frequency, Gain = +1
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