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Solutions Search - Low Power Amplifiers (Is < 1mA/amp)

Micropower Zero-Drift Amplifier Improves Circuit Performance

Andrew Roberts - Design Engineer Jul 10th 2017
This video explores the superior performance achieved with the LTC2063 zero-drift amplifier in a wide variety of low power applications. The LTC2063 enables precision measurement at extremely low power levels. The LTC2063 operates from 1.7V to 5.25V and features a shutdown mode which is optimized for battery-powered and duty-cycled ...

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Driving High Resolution SAR ADCs

Tyler Hutchison - Signal Conditioning Design Engineer Sep 8th 2015
Driving high resolution SAR ADCs often requires tradeoffs between power consumption, linearity, and noise.  The LTC6363 provides 20 bit accuracy when the system designer pays close attention to the interface filter between the driver and the ADC.  Calculations and empirical data provide additional insight as to how ...

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Low Power Precision Op Amp Allows Fast, Accurate Multiplexing

Kris Lokere - Strategic Applications Manager Nov 19th 2014
If you need to measure many analog voltages, but not necessarily all at the same time, then a common approach is to multiplex these signals together into one output signal, so that you can then process and digitize each of these original voltage levels one at a time using shared circuitry. But doing this right requires some ...

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LTspice: Stability of Op Amp Circuits

Kris Lokere - Strategic Applications Manager Nov 6th 2013
We all know that feedback circuits can oscillate. We may even know some tricks of how to fix it. But wouldn’t it be nice if our simulation tool could show us exactly what is happening, and why? This video illustrates how to use the .AC analysis to look at open loop gain and phase of operational amplifier feedback circuits ...

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76V Over-the-Top® Input Op Amp Combines Precision, Versatility and Protection

Arnold Nordeng - Design Section Leader - Signal Conditioning Mar 20th 2013
With the increased-use of electronics in automotive and industrial applications, the need for robust and highly reliable components is essential to ensure a proper functioning system with low maintenance costs. Automotive applications, for example have hostile environments where electronic components may be exposed to a variety ...

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