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Part Number: THS4304
I want to use THS4304 to amplify the uv voltage signal.
My signal is almost 220MHz, 46uv pulse signal. I want to amplify it to 46mv. Maybe I need to use two THS4304 amplifiers to solve this problem.
Is there any reference design circuit to solve my problem? Or is there other amplifiers I can use?
Here is my simulation file. I want to amplify the output signal of this simulation file.
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You probably want to use a 1st stage of OPA855 at say a gain of 20 followed by another stage at gain of 5 - Target say 400MHz in that 2nd stage so need at least 2GHz. GBP. or a current feedback device. Will need split supplies to get theOPA855 to work
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In reply to Michael Steffes:
Actually, maybe just two stages of OPA855 at gain of 10 each would be the way to go.
Thank you for your answer.
Do you mean that I need two OPA855 to amplify the signal?
Sorry, I can't understand your saying: split supplies to get the OPA855 to work. Can you give me a further explanation of that statement? Or some references?
Maybe you can use the simulation files to make me understand.
Thanks a lot.
I should have opened you file first,
You need to use +/-2.5V on the OPA855 Zt stage, also, it is already rolled off quite a lot at 220MHz.
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