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LTC2387 Drivers Part II: Drivers for Imaging

Derek Redmayne - Staff Scientist Dec 8th 2016
A Driver for Imaging (short version) The circuit shown below works great. You should try it. This is intended for nominally 0-3V single ended or differential signals, from CCDs, CMOS image sensors, or other similar signal sources. As shown, SNR is 88 dB. With the AD8008, in place of U1, and a few other minor changes, it ...

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LTC2387 Drivers Part III: Trans-Impedance Amplifier/Driver

Derek Redmayne - Staff Scientist Sep 8th 2016
This is unabashedly a classic case of what marketing calls “a solution looking for a problem”. It is an example of how the full SNR of the LTC2387 may be realized for a real world signal. Most signals originating in low level circuitry, in sensors, or in the real world, will require significant gain to develop 8Vp-p ...

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How to Drive the LTC2387 (Part 1): Signal Applications to 5MHz that Require Low Inter-Modulation Distortion

Derek Redmayne - Staff Scientist May 13th 2016
The biggest challenge in driving a 15Msps, 18-bit ADC with an 8Vp-p input range is the lack of integrated amplifiers with adequate bandwidth, low noise, and the required output excursion. There are low-noise, high-BW amplifiers than can produce 2VPP. There are low speed amplifiers than can produce 8VPP. For low distortion beyond ...

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DC417B - DIP8, MS8, S8, SOT23-6 | Multi-Footprint General Purpose Board for Single Op. Amp

Feb 1st 2012
DC417B - Demo Board ...

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Paralleling Amplifiers and Layout Essentials for Driving Capacitive Loads Fast - LT1397, LT1206, LT1207

Glen Brisebois - Applications Engineer - Signal Conditioning Dec 15th 2008
Certain video and other technologies require driving planar conductive surfaces fast. Unfortunately, the surfaces can have high capacitance, which means that driving them fast takes high currents. This complicates the amplifier design but the situation extends beyond just the amplifier. Between the amplifier and the capacitive ...

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Low Cost 5V/300MHz Triple Video Amplifier Supports 1080p High Definition Format

Oct 18th 2006
MILPITAS, CA - October 18, 2006 - Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LT6559, a single-supply triple amplifier with an industry-leading combination of small size, high speed performance and low cost, making it ideal for applications such as 1080p High Definition video. Available in a tiny 3mm x 3mm QFN package, the LT6559 ...

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DC1063A - LT6559 - DEMO BOARD; RGB Triple Video Amplifier

Sep 22nd 2006
DC1063A - Demo Board for:LT6559 - Low Cost 5V/±5V 300MHz Triple Video Amplifier in 3mm x 3mm QFN ...

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DC604A - LT1396CDD | Dual, 400MHz, Current Feedback Amplifier in DFN Package

Oct 6th 1999
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DC261A-A - LT1795CSW | High-Speed Modem, Differential Line Driver/Receiver

Jun 28th 1999
DC261A-A - Demo Board for:LT1795 - Dual 500mA/50MHz Current Feedback Line Driver Amplifier ...

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Buffered RGB to Color-Difference Matrix

Dec 11th 1998
Two LT1399s can be used to create buffered color difference signals from RGB inputs. In this application, four amplifiers are used to create color difference signals. The luminance signal Y is created using amplifiers A2 and A3. The remaining color-difference signals each use a single amplifier and the newly created Y output ...

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DC176A-D - LT1207CS, LT1358CS8 | SAME AS PREVIOUS, DIFFERENT TRANSFORMER MFGR

Jan 16th 1996
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DC296A - LT1361CS8, LT1210CR | Mobile-CPU VRM Tester, 1 Input, 3 Output with 15A Load Pulser

May 12th 1994
DC296A - Demo Board for:LT1361 - Dual and Quad 50MHz, 800V/µs Op AmpsLT1210 - 1.1A, 35MHz Current Feedback Amplifier (CFA) ...

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DC306A-A - LT1795CFE, LT1361CS8 | ADSL Line Driver / Receiver

May 12th 1994
DC306A-A - Demo Board for:LT1361 - Dual and Quad 50MHz, 800V/µs Op AmpsLT1795 - Dual 500mA/50MHz Current Feedback Line Driver Amplifier ...

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Gamma Correction Amplifier

Mar 23rd 1992
This circuit shows a schematic of a typical circuit which can correct for positive or negative gamma. This is an upgrade of a classic circuit which uses diodes as the nonlinear elements. The temperature variation of the diode junction voltages is compensated to the fi rst order by the balanced arrangement. LT1227s and LT1229s ...

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