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Solutions Search - LTC6241 - Dual 18MHz, Low Noise, Rail-to-Rail Output, CMOS Op Amp

Wideband Digitally Programmable Gain Amplifier

Jun 27th 2005
The LTC6910 is a CMOS programmable gain (from 0 to 64) amplifier. The amplifiers provide for a differential input signal and for dc biasing the output into a precise voltage reference based level in a single supply design. ...

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Low Noise Non-Inverting Shock Sensor Amplifier

Jun 27th 2005
The shock sensor charge is converted to a voltage and amplified with a precision resistor ratio for gain accuracy. Paralleling amplifiers reduces noise. ...

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Ultra-Low Noise 1Mohm 150kHz Photodiode Amplifier

Jun 27th 2005
The low current noise of the LTC6242 makes the noise of this circuit dominated by the 1Mohm resistor used to convert the photodiode current to a voltage. ...

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Single Ended Input-Differential Output Amplifier

Jun 27th 2005
A dual amplifier package can is configured to convert a single ended ground reference input signal to a differential output signal. Low bias current allows for a high input impedance of 200Kohm and the tight offset matching of the amplifiers provides a differential output dc offset of only 40uV. ...

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RTD and Thermocouple Remote Temperature Digitizer

Apr 1st 2004
The LTC2449 is commonly used with thermocouples and RTDs as shown in this circuit. Thermocouple outputs produce very small changes (tens of microvolts per degree C) and the output will be negative if the thermocouple is colder than the “cold junction” connection from the thermocouple to the copper traces on the PCB. The ...

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40nVpp Noise, 0.05uV/C Drift, Chopped FET Amplifier

Jan 30th 2001
For very high precision low frequency applications, chopping the dc input signal to create an ac signal and then synchronously demodulating the signal to restore the dc value eliminates all static dc errors of the components used. This is a high gain (Av=1001) example with excellent low offset voltage and drift with temperature ...

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