Part Number: LMH5401 How much do you expect the CMRR to change vs. temperature/Rload/gain? I'm designing a circuit with tight CMRR specifications,and wanted to get an idea of how much variation I should expect to have.
thanks for getting back to me on this. I asked this question with a limited understanding of how FDAs actually work. I initially thought I could set up the FDA in the same way as a conventional (single ended) difference amplifier, but after …
Part Number: LMH5401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMH3401 , Dear team,
May I know do we have the below data of LMH5401 and LMH3401?
1. Gain vs. Frequency ( from10kHz~10MHz) 2. OP1dB vs. Frequency ( from 10kHz~10MHz)
Part Number: LMH5401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TIDA-00659 , TINA-TI , OPA855
How are you?
I am trying to design a two stage cascaded amplifiers to get desired gain with 3dB bandwidth of around 800Mhz
LMH5401 is the FDA chosen.
Part Number: LMH5401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMH2110 Hi,
I am trying to understand in LMH5401, what kind of DC gain I am going to get and also what kind of gain I can have if the input is an 8GHz RF signal.
If the input signal is -10dBm…
Part Number: LMH5401EVM Hi team,
I have the LMH5401EVM and I am in the process of evaluating this board. I connected it and powered using the single supply and manually grounded the PD pin. Still, I am unable to see the amplified signal. It seems that the…
Part Number: LMH5401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI Hi,
I tested D/S Fig.57 (Gain4) with TINA-TI. If the output impedance of the differential signal source = 0 ohms, the output will be gain 4. Our customer set the output impedance of the differential…
Part Number: LMH5401 Dear TEXAS INSTRUMENTS person in charge.
Always I am indebted.
This is Nakayama from Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.
Regarding the subject matter, our company currently assumes high-speed communication (1 Gbps or more),
I am trying…