Part Number: LMH6401 Hi Team,
Do you have mathematic formulas of Thermal Feedback Gain Control (address = 4h) and Thermal Feedback Frequency Control (address = 5h)? Or calibration method?
thanks a lot.
Part Number: LMH6401 Team-
Working on a DC coupled signal chain where the LMH6401 is the second stage subsequently driving a high-speed ADC.
What are the DC offset and drift numbers for this part? The data sheet doesn't seem to mention anything on this…
Part Number: LMH6401 What is the state of the output of the LMH6401 when the device is disabled? Is it high-Z? Otherwise?
I don't see a description in the datasheet; might be a useful note to add to it.
Part Number: LMH6401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMH5401 VPP is 2V given when the differential resistance is 200 ohms. Now I supply power from 0-5V and single power supply. I want to know whether I can adjust the value of VPP by adjusting the differential…
Part Number: LMH6401 Hi Experts,
I have a customer who share an interesting topic about this RF amplifier.
The datasheet states the absolute maximum input voltage is VS- to VS+. This implies that the device may be damaged if any input signal is applied…
Part Number: LMH6401 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: THS3215 , THS4304 , THS4141 To Whom It May Concern,
I would like to convert the differential output of the LMH6401 to a single ended 50 ohm output. Just using a single output from the part results in…
Part Number: LMH6401 Hello everyone,
We have lost the ability to change the gain on the LMH6401. When we read the gain at '0x02' it appears to always be clamped at '0x00' which corresponds to maximum gain.
When I try to write a new gain…
Part Number: LMH6401 To Whom it May Concern,
Would you provide an S parameter file corresponding to Figure 59 in the data sheet (the differential input impedance)? If you have a 4 port S parameter file for the entire part that would be great.