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OPA695: Password for spreadsheet for Application Report SBAA135

Part Number: OPA695

The spreadsheet for Application Report SBAA135 is password protected. What is the password?

  • Hi John,

    Could you attach the spreadsheet document so that I can take a look?

    Best Regards,
    Rohit
  • In reply to Rohit Bhat:

    Rohit,

    This forum does not allow me to attach a file so I sent the file to noreply@mail.e2e.ti.com 

    Thanks

    John

  • In reply to John Kolchmeyer:

    Hi John,

    You might want to refer to the link below for attaching a file to e2e.

    e2e.ti.com/.../148.4-5-attaching-a-file

    Best Regards,
    Rohit
  • In reply to Rohit Bhat:

    Rohit,

    Attached is the password protected file.

    Thanks

    JohnDACdifferential_singledesign.xls

  • Hello, did you get a response regarding obtaining a password for this spreadsheet? 

    I would also be interested in receiving it, primarily to add an amplifier to the "Part Data" sheet. 

    Many thanks in advance!

  • In reply to Peter Johnston:

    Hi Peter/John,

    Unfortunately, the person responsible for this excel spreadsheet is no longer with the company because of which it is difficult to remove the spreadsheet from password protection.

    I would instead recommend to look at the THS3215 or THS3217 datasheet for the differential-to-single design equations. They can be found on Section 9.3 from page 30 to 34 of the THS3217 datasheet.

    Best Regards,
    Rohit
  • In reply to Rohit Bhat:

    Hi Rohit, thanks for your quick response.

    I managed to recover the password using the visual basic script I found here - it is "AABBBBABABB>", minus the quote marks and including the > symbol at the end.

    Hopefully this is of help to other users also.

    Best regards,

    Peter 

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