TI unveils highest linearity amplifier for differential signals

Dallas, Tex.—Texas Instruments Inc. says its latest dual-channel, high-speed current feedback amplifier features 70 percent greater bandwidth gain at +2 V/V than competitive devices, providing fast signal conditioning with the highest linearity to minimize distortion for better signal fidelity and easier filtering.

The OPA2695 offers wide supply voltage options and large gain capability, giving engineers the flexibility to adjust the parameters to address the specific need, such as high gain for differential signals or high output voltage or current for low power consumption. In addition, the device's optimized symmetrical package eases layout for cost-effective precision IF amplifiers, high-speed arbitrary waveform output drivers, wideband analog-to-digital converter (ADC) drivers and active filters.

Due to its current feedback architecture, the OPA2695 can deliver a high bandwidth of 850 MHz at a gain of +2 V/V and a fast slew rate of 2900 V/µs to process high-speed signals.

Pricing: $2.10 in quantities of 1,000.
Availability: Today in a SO-8 and QFN-16 package.

Datasheet: Click here.

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