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Part Number: DAC9881
My customer is looking at the DAC9881 to drive the REF pin of the INA819.
They would like to know if the On-Chip output buffer would be able to drive this pin.
For this, they are requesting the gain bandwidth product of the output buffer.
Could you please share this value?
Also, do you have any suggestion on their use case?
Thanks for your support.
Kevin Duke, MGTSADC Product Marketing Engineer
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