Part Number: THS3491 So I was kind of working on Steve Smith's sim vs. measurement question and thought I would step through some things,
Here is the input current noise for the 2018 model - I had some analysis options set in V11 that was messing…
Wow, I cannot believe I did the classic "I will attach X" and forgot to do so. I believe Michael has reiterated it in his response, but I will append the TSC file here also:
7178.TINA Noise Sources revC (1).TSC
an OPAmp with a much higher supply current is a good candidate for lower distortion. A higher supply current allows the class AB output stage (and other internal stages) to be furtherly driven into the class A region.
But keep in mind that an…
Part Number: THS3491 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPA2677 , Hi,
The Typ values for HD2 and HD3 are listed on page 6 of the data sheet.
Could you tell me the Min/Max value of this value?
Or could you tell me the sigma value of the normal distribution…
Part Number: THS3491 I'm looking for some guidance on how to interpret the TJ_SENSE specification for the THS3491. Since the test condition is to disable the part (Pd = 0V), the Ta is somewhat close to Tj, but what does the temperature value on parameter…
Part Number: THS3491
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This question is same project of my last thread.
but unlike that thread,
I also have to make voltage source (buffer…
the THS3491 is a current feedback OPAmp and current feedback OPAmps don't like such low pass filtering caps in the feedback loops. Run a the
THS3491DDA TINA-TI Reference Design (Rev. A)
and look what happens when you add a Cf.
Part Number: THS3491 Hello, I would like you to confirm whether THS3491 can accept unity gain setting or not. Because, according to datasheet, it seems that all spec is defined as 5V/V condition. Could you please tell me concern about unity gain setting…
Part Number: THS3491 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TINA-TI , We are currently using the Spice model (THS3491RGT TINA-TI Spice Model) provided by your website for simulation in circuit design using LTSpice. For comparison with Figures 1 and 3 in the datasheet…