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Features and Benefits
- Low Noise
3.1 nV/√Hz at 100 kHz
0.7 pA/√Hz at 100 kHz
- Low Distortion (HD2/HD3)
-141/-144 dBc at 1 kHz
-112/-115 dBc at 100 kHz
-95/-79 dBc at 1 MHz
- High speed performance
-3dB bandwidth: 200 MHz
Slew Rate: 225 V/µs
0.1% Settling Time: 47 ns
- Low input offset voltage and drift
±20 / ±125 µV (typical / max)
0.7 /3.7 µV/°C (typical)
- Low input offset current and drift
8 / 100 nA (typical / max)
30 / 250 pA/°C (typical / max)
- Rail-to-Rail Input and Output
- Low quiescent current:
Enabled: 1 mA at ±5V
Disabled: 2.4 µA at ±5V
- Wide supply range:
2.7 V to 11 V
- Small Packaging:
6-lead SC70, 6-lead SOT-23
Product DetailsThe ADA4807-1 is a low power, low noise, rail-to-rail voltage feedback amplifier with exceptionally high performance. It is designed to have the lowest input noise (3.1 nV/√Hz and 0.7 pA/√Hz) among high speed, rail-to-rail amplifiers in the industry while operating on only 1 mA or less of quiescent supply current, making it ideal for a wide range of applications from battery-powered, portable instrumentation to high speed systems where component density requires lower power dissipation. The ADA4807-1 operates over a wide range of supply voltages from ±1.5 V to ±5 V, as well as from +3 V to +10 V single supplies, and includes a disable feature that allows reduction of the typical quiescent supply current to 2.4 μA when asserted.
For systems with high dynamic range signals, the output voltage swings to within 50 mV of each rail, maximizing the output dynamic range, and the full, rail-to-rail input stage permits input operation up to and beyond the supply rails.
The ADA4807-1 features high speed performance of 200 MHz small signal −3 dB bandwidth, a 225 V/μs slew rate, and a settling time of 47 ns to 0.1% (4 V step) with a low input offset voltage of 125 μV (maximum) and 0.7 μV/°C drift. For ±5 V supplies, the HD2 is −112 dBc and HD3 is –115 dBc for a 2 V p-p, 100 kHz output signal driving a 1 kΩ load. The low distortion and fast settling time makes this amplifier ideal for driving high speed single-supply precision ADCs with up to 18-bit resolution. The ADA4807-1 delivers this excellent performance while consuming 1 mA or less of quiescent.
The ADA4807-1 (single) is available in space-saving 6-lead SC70 and 6-lead SOT-23 packages, and each operates over the −40°C to +125°C industrial temperature range.
- High speed, battery operated systems
- High component density systems
- High resolution analog-to-digital converter (ADC) drivers
- Portable test instruments
- Active filters
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Evaluation Kits (1)
The Universal Single High Speed Amplifier Evaluation Boards are bare boards that enable users to quickly prototype a variety of amplifier circuits, which minimizes risk and reduces time to market. These boards are all RoHs Compliant. See ordering guide below on what board to order by lead count and package.
Features & Benefits
- Enables quick breadboarding/prototyping
- User defined circuit configuration
- Edge mounted Subminiature Version A (SMA) connector
- provisions Easy connection to test equipment and other circuits
Tools & Simulations
LTspice® is a powerful, fast and free simulation software, schematic capture and waveform viewer with enhancements and models for improving the simulation of analog circuits.
Models for the following parts are available in LTspice:
Precision ADC Driver Tool - BETA
The Precision ADC Driver Tool is a web application that simulates the performance of precision ADC and driver combinations. Potential issues with driver selection, kickback settling, and distortion are flagged, and design tradeoffs can be quickly evaluated. Simulations and calculations include system noise, distortion, and settling of the ADC input
ADIsimPE, which is powered by SIMetrix/SIMPLIS, is a circuit simulation suite optimized for the design and development of analog and mixed signal circuits. SIMetrix mode is ideal for the simulation of general non-switching circuits. It provides full Pspice compatibility for use with industry-standard SPICE models. SIMPLIS (SIMulation Piecewise-Linear System) mode simulates the operation of switching circuits with vastly improved robustness, speed, and accuracy compared to standard SPICE. It is particularly useful for switching power supply, PLLs, and ADC/DAC applications.
Use the Analog Filter Wizard to design low-pass, high-pass, or band-pass filters with actual op amps in minutes. As you progress through the design process, you can observe the characteristics of your filter design from ideal specifications to real world circuit behavior. Quickly evaluate the tradeoffs in op amp specifications - including gain-bandwidth, noise, and supply current – to determine the best filter design for your requirements.
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