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Analog Dialogue

Volume 46, Number 4

Copyright © 2012 by Analog Devices



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Compensating Amplifiers That Are Stable at Gain ≥ 10 to Operate at Lower Gains

This article shows how compensating an amplifier that is normally stable with a gain higher than +9 to operate with a gain as low as +2 provides higher slew rate and faster settling time than an equivalent internally compensated amplifier. The two methods presented here trade complexity for total wideband noise. The ADA4895-2 dual high-speed, low-power operational amplifier is used as an example.


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