The ADuM3190S is an isolated error amplifier intended for use with linear feedback power supplies. The transfer function of this device is stable over a wide temperature range and over the lifetime of the device.
July 19, 2018 by Mark Hughes
Part 6 of this 12-part Resolving the Signal series focuses on output- versus input-referred noise, adding an amplifier at the input of an ADC, and low- versus high-resolution ADCs as they relate to amplifier noise.
June 19, 2018 by Bryan Lizon, Texas Instruments
The Blomley amplifier was designed over forty years ago, is an alternative power amplifier design that suffers virtually no distortion, and provides a sound which has the presence often lacking in conventional amplifiers.
May 04, 2018 by Dermot Herron
Analog Devices’ HMC392A is a small, easy-to-use GaAs MMIC low noise amplifier with a frequency range of 3.5 to 7.0 GHz that is ideal for integrating into multichip modules for point-to-point radios, VSATs, military, and space equipment.
December 04, 2017 by Mouser Electronics
This article describes the state of the semiconductor technology that is enabling new developments with shorter gate length GaAs and GaN transistors, circuit design considerations to achieve optimum performance, and examples of both GaAs and GaN wideband power amplifiers (PAs) that demonstrate today’s technology.
November 14, 2017 by Keith Benson, Analog Devices
High precision op amps enable system designers to create circuits that condition signals (amplify, filter, and buffer) while maintaining the precision of the original signal. The precision of the total system depends on maintaining the precision of the signal path.
June 20, 2017 by Daniel Burton, Analog Devices