Pinhas Rosenfelder said: regarding the large caps - my instinct also would have been tantalum for the higher ESR - but TI recommends ceramic, as well as used them in practice on the TI eval board? (6.6uF ceramic - but I doubt the 4.7uF I used…
Part Number: OPA2810 Hi team,
I'm confused about the most positive input voltage and JFET input voltage in the datasheet. Could you help me with the two questions below:
1. What's the difference between them?
2. what's the largest common mode…
Part Number: THS3491 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: BUF634A , OPA2810 , OPA2677 , TINA-TI Hello,
I am working on the design of an active filter I need an operational amplifier powered in 15 volts and injecting a high current ideally 500mA; I selected the…
Part Number: INA185 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TLV3201 , , OPA2810
Our customer would like to confirm if the devices below are multi-component semiconductor (MCO). I have confirmed that these devices are single die but are they MCO?
Figure 21 is trying to overdrive the amplify (note how the output goes flat at the peaks) to illustrate it has no phase reversal in overdrive so it is intentionally exceeding the input range- phase reversal used to be a common problem in circa 1980's…
looks good :-)
I would make some minor changes:
The LM317 needs a minimum load current of 10mA to stay in regulation. Because of this I have decreased R2 and R3.
C3 should be increased. Otherwise the square wave becomes distorted…
Well Kai, I actually don't know, but if you look at a part like the OPA2810 which has quite an involved input stage over CM, it would be an interesting test. Some of those input crossover network type parts talk about the input offset voltage shifting…
You can see this done on most high-speed amplifier EVMs. Take a look at OPA2810DGKEVM for example or you can take a look at this layout figure from the OPA2810 datasheet.