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Differential 1972 Instrumentation Amplifier on a Single Chip Has High Input Impedance, Single-Resistor Gain Adjustment, Adjustable Output Bias, Output-Current Sensing
We took a look at a new kind of amplifier, the AD520. It would set the industry standard for instrumentation amps with breakthrough FET inputs.
Floating-Point DSP Leads in Memory, Interconnectivity, Performance—For Single- and Multiple Processor Applications, SHARC Also Provides Upward Compatibility
Nearly 20 years after Jaws, the SHARC® (Super Harvard Architecture Computer) 32-bit floating-point DSP creates a sensation in digital signal processing.