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350MHz, Ultra-Low-Noise Op Amps

Product Details

The MAX4106/MAX4107 op amps combine high-speed performance with ultra-low-noise performance. The MAX4106 is compensated for closed-loop gains of 5V/V, while the MAX4107 is stable in closed-loop gains of 10V/V or greater.

The MAX4106/MAX4107 require only 15mA of supply current while delivering a 350MHz or a 300MHz bandwidth, respectively. Voltage noise is an ultra-low 0.75nV/√Hz, while a low-distortion architecture provides a spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) of 63dB at 5MHz.

These high-speed op amps have a wide output voltage swing of ±3.2V and a high current-drive capability of 80mA.

Key Features

  • 350MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4106)
  • 275V/µs Slew Rate (MAX4106)
  • 500V/µs Slew Rate (MAX4107)
  • 18ns Settling Time to 0.01%
  • 0.75nV/√Hz Voltage Noise
  • High Output Drive: 80mA

Applications/Uses

  • Active Filters
  • High-Performance Receivers
  • Low-Noise Preamplifiers
  • Pulse/RF Amplifier
  • Ultra-Low-Noise ADC Preamp
  • Ultrasound

Simplified Block Diagram

MAX4106, MAX4107: Typical Application Circuit MAX4106, MAX4107: Typical Application Circuit Zoom icon

Technical Docs

Data Sheet 350MHz, Ultra-Low-Noise Op Amps Nov 01, 1995

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Key Features

  • 350MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4106)
  • 275V/µs Slew Rate (MAX4106)
  • 500V/µs Slew Rate (MAX4107)
  • 18ns Settling Time to 0.01%
  • 0.75nV/√Hz Voltage Noise
  • High Output Drive: 80mA

Applications/Uses

  • Active Filters
  • High-Performance Receivers
  • Low-Noise Preamplifiers
  • Pulse/RF Amplifier
  • Ultra-Low-Noise ADC Preamp
  • Ultrasound

Description

The MAX4106/MAX4107 op amps combine high-speed performance with ultra-low-noise performance. The MAX4106 is compensated for closed-loop gains of 5V/V, while the MAX4107 is stable in closed-loop gains of 10V/V or greater.

The MAX4106/MAX4107 require only 15mA of supply current while delivering a 350MHz or a 300MHz bandwidth, respectively. Voltage noise is an ultra-low 0.75nV/√Hz, while a low-distortion architecture provides a spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) of 63dB at 5MHz.

These high-speed op amps have a wide output voltage swing of ±3.2V and a high current-drive capability of 80mA.

Simplified Block Diagram

MAX4106, MAX4107: Typical Application Circuit MAX4106, MAX4107: Typical Application Circuit Zoom icon

Technical Docs

Data Sheet 350MHz, Ultra-Low-Noise Op Amps Nov 01, 1995

Support & Training

Search our knowledge base for answers to your technical questions.

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Our dedicated team of Applications Engineers are also available to answer your technical questions. Visit our support portal