Electronic Amplifiers

Current Sense Amplifier has -0.3 to 44 V input range.
Electronic Amplifiers

Current Sense Amplifier has -0.3 to 44 V input range.

Available in 2 x 3 mm DFN package or 8-Lead MSOP, LT6105 offers input common mode range of -0.3 V below V- up to 44 V above V-. Common mode range is independent of positive supply voltage, and product can operate as high- or low-side current sense monitor. Any gain from 1-100 V/V can be designed with external resistors, and gain error is limited to less than 1% max. Operating with independent...

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Electronic Amplifiers

PXI Instrumentation Amplifier has DC-50 MHz bandwidth range .

Designed to expand measurement range of PXI digitizers and analog inputs, Model 4040A 50 MHz PXI Instrumentation Amplifier offers 100 V differential common mode inputs with 70 dB of CMRR. It comes with VISA compliant drivers for LabVIEW8, Microsoft C++, and Visual Basic. Interactive front panel VI provides manual control of all of board's features. Unit features ac/dc coupling, 1 MO and 50 O...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Power Amplifier brings WLAN to WiFi applications.

Designed for portable devices, 12LP14E power amplifier consumes 90 mA at 18 dBm and features idle current of 45 mA as well as linearity of less than 3% added error vector magnitude. Device operates over 2.4-2.5 GHz band, delivers 32% power added efficiency (PAE) at 22 dBm output power for 802.11g, and 30% PAE at 21.5 dBm output for 802.11b. Enclosed in 2.2 mm QFN package with height of .45 mm, it...

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Distillation 101: A Guide to Distillation and Separation Technologies
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Distillation 101: A Guide to Distillation and Separation Technologies

Distillation is a separation unit operation that involves multiple countercurrent-stage steps, separating two or more volatile components. This results in the contact of liquid and vapor most generally in counterflow. Distillation 101: A Guide to Distillation and Separation Technologies provides an in-depth look at everything you need to know about distillation, including: Design procedures Equipment components Applications

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Electronic Amplifiers

LNA is suited for GPS, Galileo, and GLONASS applications.

Model MAX2659 low-noise amplifier achieves 20.5 dB gain and low noise figure of 0.8 dB while maximizing input-referred 1 dB compression point and third-order intercept point at -12 and -2 dBm, respectively. It operates from +1.6 to +3.3 V single supply, consumes 4 mA, and reduces supply current to less than 1 Â-µA in shutdown mode. Available in 1.5 x 1.0 x 0.75 mm, leadless, 6-pin DFN...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Low Noise Amplifier has operating range of 5.0-9.0 GHz.

Featuring variable gain control of 0-5 V and 25-38 dB gain, M/A-COM MAAM-007095-A3GVSA 2-stage variable gain amplifier suits military, space radar, tactical communications systems, and commercial point-to-point radio applications. Matched to 50 W on both input and output, it has typical noise figure of 2 dB with 1 dB compression point of 17 dB. Amplifier utilizes 12-15 V power supply, and can be...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Stereo Headphone Amplifier comes with 32-step volume control.

Featuring DirectDrive architecture that eliminates need for dc-blocking capacitors, Model MAX9729 delivers 52 mW into 32 W load, 0.03% THD+N, and 90 dB PSRR. Device is available in 28-pin 5 x 5 x 0.8 mm TQFN package that is specified over -40 to +85°C extended temperature range. With integrated software-enabled bass boost, stereo headphone amplifier provides clickless/popless operation and...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Speaker Amplifier allows analog/digital volume control.

Model MAX9768 features 4.5-14 V supply-voltage range that enables direct battery operation in portable applications. Class D amplifier delivers up to 10 W of output power into 8 W speaker with 14 V supply, and features 77 dB PSRR, 0.08% THD+N, and SNR up to 97 dB. Specified over -40 to +85°C extended temperature range, it provides short-circuit and thermal-overload protection, comprehensive...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Differential Amplifiers offer high slew rates.

With 86 dB CMRR (common mode rejection ratio), Models 10 MHz AD8270 and 12 MHz AD8273 precision dual-channel difference amplifiers feature 30 and 25 V/Â-µs slew rates, respectively. Units come with internal gain-setting resistors that allow engineers to set gain with no external components. Suited for industrial, avionics, and audio applications, Model AD8270 is available in 4 x 4 mm LFCSP...

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Electronic Amplifiers

Driver Amplifiers cover radio bands from 4.9-15.4 GHz.

Suited for point-to-point radios, MAAM-007523 and MAAM-007524 amplifiers feature +32 dBm IP3 (third-order intercept point) linearity and P1dB levels from 19-21 dBm. Self-biased devices may be operated with drain supplies from 4.5-8.0 V to optimize system performance including linearity, gain, and power efficiency. MTTF is 1 million hr at 170°C junction temperature and RoHS-compliant units...

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