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250MHz, Broadcast-Quality, Low-Power Video Op Amps

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Key Features

  • 250MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4102)
  • 180MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4103)
  • Unity-Gain Stable (MAX4102)
  • 350V/µs Slew Rate
  • Lowest Differential Gain/Phase (RL = 150Ω)
    • MAX4102: 0.002%/0.002°
    • MAX4103: 0.008%/0.003°
  • Low Distortion (SFDR 5MHz): -78dBc
  • 100dB Open-Loop Gain
  • High Output Drive: 80mA
  • Low Power: 5mA Supply Current

Applications/Uses

  • ADC/DAC Amplifier
  • Broadcast and High-Definition TV Systems
  • Pulse/RF Amplifier

Description

The MAX4102/MAX4103 op amps combine high-speed performance and ultra-low differential gain and phase while drawing only 5mA of supply current. The MAX4102 is compensated for unity-gain stability, while the MAX4103 is compensated for a closed-loop gain (AVCL) of 2V/V or greater.

The MAX4102/MAX4103 deliver a 250MHz -3dB bandwidth (MAX4102) or a 180MHz -3dB bandwidth (MAX4103). Differential gain and phase are an ultra-low 0.002%/0.002° (MAX4102) and 0.008%/0.003° (MAX4103), making these amplifiers ideal for composite video applications.

These high-speed op amps have a wide output voltage swing of ±3.4V (RL = 100Ω) and 80mA current-drive capability.

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