Single/Dual/Quad, 400MHz, Low-Power, Current Feedback Amplifiers

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The single MAX4112/MAX4113, dual MAX4117/MAX4118, and quad MAX4119/MAX4120 current feedback amplifiers combine high-speed performance with low-power operation. The MAX4112/MAX4117/MAX4119 are optimized for closed-loop gains of 2V/V or greater, while the MAX4113/MAX4118/MAX4120 are optimized for gains of 8V/V or greater.

The MAX4112/MAX4117/MAX4119 and the MAX4113/MAX4118/MAX4120 require only 5mA of supply current per channel. The MAX4113/MAX4118/MAX4120 deliver 0.1dB gain flatness up to 115MHz. The MAX4112/MAX4117 have -3dB bandwidths of 400MHz (AV > 2V/V) and the MAX4118/MAX4120 have -3dB bandwidths of 300MHz (AV > 8V/V). Their high slew rates of up to 1800V/µs provide exceptional full-power bandwidths up to 280MHz, making these amplifiers ideal for high-performance pulse and RGB video applications.

These high-speed op amps have a wide output voltage swing of ±3.5V into 100Ω and a high current-drive capability of 80mA.

Key Features

  • 400MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4112/MAX4117)
    270MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4113/MAX4119)
    300MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4118/MAX4120)
  • 0.1dB Gain Flatness to 115MHz (MAX4113/MAX4118/MAX4120)
  • 1200V/µs Slew Rate (MAX4112/MAX4117/MAX4119)
    1800V/µs Slew Rate (MAX4113/MAX4118/MAX4120)
  • 280MHz Full-Power Bandwidth (VOUT = 2VP-P, MAX4112/MAX4117)
    240MHz Full-Power Bandwidth (VOUT = 2VP-P, MAX4113/MAX4118/MAX4120)
  • High Output Drive: 80mA
  • Low Power: 5mA Supply Current per Channel


  • Active Filters
  • Broadcast and High-Definition TV Systems
  • High-Definition Surveillance
  • High-Speed ADC Buffers
  • Professional Cameras
  • Pulse/RF Amplifier
  • RGB Video
  • Ultrasound/Medical Imaging
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