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High Speed, Precision Voltage Feedback Amplifier Is Ideal for 16-Bit to 18-Bit Precision Instrumentation
The ADA4898-1 is an ultralow noise and distortion, unity gain stable, voltage feedback operational amplifier that is ideal for use in 16-bit and 18-bit systems with power supplies from ±5 V to ±16 V. The device features a patented circuit architecture that addresses the fundamental performance trade-offs between noise and distortion inherent in traditional input stages. The ADA4898 is the latest operational amplifier to use the common-mode linearized input stage pioneered by ADI with the AD8099 operational amplifier. This feature offers designers an optimal combination of low distortion, low broadband noise, unprecedented low 1/f noise, and high speed. The ADA4898-1 operates over the extended temperature range of –40°C to +105°C and is available in an 8-lead SOIC featuring an exposed metal pad on the underside. It can be connected to the negative supply plane to improve heat transfer.
The ADA4898-1 is designed to work with Analog Devices' precision data converters, including the AD7631 and AD7634. For more information on ADI's broad portfolio of low noise amplifiers, please visit www.analog.com/lownoiseamps.
- 0.9 nV/√Hz
- 2.4 pA/√Hz
- 1.2 nV/√Hz @ 10 Hz
- Distortion: –93 dBc at 500 kHz
- Supply voltage: ±5 V to ±16 V
- Bandwidth: –3 dB @ 65 MHz (G = 1)
- Slew rate: 55 V/µs
- Input offset voltage: 150 µV max
- Input offset voltage drift: 1 µV/°C
- Input bias current: –0.1 µA
- Input bias current drift: 2 nA/°C
- Unity gain stable
- Supply current: 8 mA
- Power-down feature
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Noise Optimization in Sensor Signal Conditioning Circuits
Part I of this online seminar covers the types, sources, characteristics, and analysis techniques of noise, and introduces a low noise design process. To access this seminar, visit www.analog.com/onlineseminars/noise1.
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