LTC6404HUD-1#PBF - 

Differential Amplifier, Low Noise, 1 Amplifiers, 500 µV, 1 dB, 500 MHz, -40 °C, 125 °C

LTC6404HUD-1#PBF - Differential Amplifier, Low Noise, 1 Amplifiers, 500 µV, 1 dB, 500 MHz, -40 °C, 125 °C

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The LTC6404HUD-1#PBF is a high precision fully differential Input/Output Amplifier optimized for 3V, single supply operation. The LTC6404-1 is unity-gain stable. The LTC6404 closed-loop bandwidth extends from DC to 600MHz. In addition to the normal unfiltered outputs (OUT+ and OUT-), the LTC6404 has a built-in 88.5MHz differential single-pole low pass filter and an additional pair of filtered outputs (OUTF+, OUTF-). An input referred voltage noise of 1.5nV/√Hz make the LTC6404 able to drive state-of-the-art 16-/18-bit ADCs while operating on the same supply voltage, saving system cost and power. The LTC6404 is characterized and maintains its performance for supplies as low as 2.7V and can operate on supplies up to 5.25V. It draws only 27.3mA and has a hardware shutdown feature which reduces current consumption to 250µA.
  • Fully differential input and output
  • Adjustable output common mode voltage
  • Rail-to-rail output swing
  • Input range extends to ground
  • Low power shutdown
  • 1.5nV/√Hz RTI Low noise
  • 85mA Typical large output current


Signal Processing, Industrial

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2.7V to 5.25V
MSL 1 - Unlimited
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