MAX4027

225MHz, Triple, 2-Channel Video Multiplexer-Amplifier


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Description

The MAX4027 is a triple, wideband, 2-channel, noninverting gain-of-two video amplifier with input multiplexing, capable of driving up to two back-terminated video loads. The MAX4027 features current-mode feedback amplifiers configured for a gain of two (+6dB) with a -3dB large-signal bandwidth of 200MHz. The device has low (0.012%/0.014°) differential gain and phase errors, and operates from ±5V supplies.

The MAX4027 is ideal for use in broadcast and graphics video systems because of the low 2pF input capacitance, channel-to-channel switching time of only 15ns, and wide 62MHz, large-signal 0.1dB bandwidth. High-impedance output disabling allows the MAX4027 to be incorporated into large switching arrays with minimal interaction with the source. Specified over the -40°C to +85°C extended temperature range, the MAX4027 is available in 14-pin SO and TSSOP packages.
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Key Features

  • Excellent Video Specifications:
    • 75MHz Small-Signal 0.1dB Gain Flatness
    • 62MHz Large-Signal 0.1dB Gain Flatness
    • 0.012%/0.014° Differential Gain/Phase Error
  • VGA to UXGA Resolution
  • High Speed:
    • 200MHz 2VP-P -3dB Bandwidth
    • 1100V/µs Slew Rate
    • 15ns Settling Time to 0.1%
  • Internal Gain of 2V/V Compensates for Output Back Termination
  • Fast Switching:
    • 15ns Channel-Switching Time
    • 260mVP-P Switching Transient
  • Drives Two Back-Terminated Video Loads
  • High-Impedance Output Disable

Applications/Uses

  • Coaxial Cable Drivers
  • Crosspoint Expansion
  • Enterprise Class (Blade) Servers
  • Keyboard-Video-Mouse (KVM)
  • Picture in Picture (PIP) Insertion
  • Supports VGA to UXGA (1600 x 1200) Resolution
  • Video Source Selection (Multiplexing)
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