Electronic Amplifiers

Electronic Amplifiers

Op Amp suits automotive and industrial applications.

Offering high-precision over -40 to +125°C temperature range through low input offset voltage drift (250 Â-µV maximum over 0-85°C range), Model TS507 features ST trimming technique that adjusts input offset voltage of 100 µV maximum, high open-loop gain (131 dB typical at 5 V), and high common-mode rejection ratio (115 dB typical at 5 V). It offers up to 120 mA in...

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Liekki Announces Liekki Application Designer v3.3 and Extended Liekki 20/125 Product Family at CLEO 2007
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Liekki Announces Liekki Application Designer v3.3 and Extended Liekki 20/125 Product Family at CLEO 2007

Lohja, Finland, April 16, 2007 - Liekki Corporation, a leading supplier of highly doped fibers and optical engine modules for fiber laser and amplifier applications today announced the launch of their Liekki Application Designer v3.3 as well as their extended Liekki 20/125 product family. Liekki will be showcasing these products and its full line of passive and active fibers, optical engine...

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National Semiconductor to Showcase New, Industry-Leading Low-Jitter Analog Products for Professional and Broadcast Video at NAB 2007

What: National demonstrates its high-performance analog chip solutions at NAB Where: Booth N5117 at Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada When: April 16 - 19, 2007 SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 13 -- National Semiconductor Corporation (NYSE:NSM) will showcase its latest industry- leading low-jitter digital and analog video products for the professional and broadcast markets at the National...

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Logarithmic Amplifier is suited for signal compression.
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Logarithmic Amplifier is suited for signal compression.

Designed to amplify photodiode signals from fiber optic cables in ONET, Model LOG114 operates on single +5 or ±5 V dual supply over temperature range of -5 to +75°C. DC precision product features 1 Â-µsec rise and fall time, and can handle 8 decades of dynamic range (equivalent to 27 bits, 100 pA to 10 mA input) that suits laser control systems. Available in 4 x 4 mm QFN-16...

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Current Sense Amplifier resolves signals up to 36 V.
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Current Sense Amplifier resolves signals up to 36 V.

Model LT6106 features maximum 250 mV input offset voltage, full-scale differential input of 500 mV, and dynamic range of 2000:1. For handling fault conditions, LT6106 can withstand common mode voltages up to 44 V and responds to signal changes within 3.5 Â-µsec. Operates at temperatures between -40°C and 125°C. LT6106's SOT-23 package is pin compatible with LTC6106, and...

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Op Amps have quiescent current of 900 nA.
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Op Amps have quiescent current of 900 nA.

Utilizing low-power CMOS technology and non-volatile memory for in-package trimming, MCP603X Series features 10 kHz bandwidth and max voltage offset of 150 Â-µV at 25°C. Operating voltage range of 1.8-5.5 V enables amplifiers to run off two 1.5 V battery cells under full battery utilization. Featuring rail-to-rail input/output structure, op amps are suited for handheld, portable...

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RFMD® to Showcase Its Industry-Leading Product Portfolio of Wireless Solutions at CTIA Wireless 2007

GREENSBORO, N.C.--March 20, 2007--RF Micro Devices, Inc. (NASDAQ: RFMD), a global leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance radio systems and solutions for applications that drive mobile communications, today announced it will showcase its latest innovative wireless solutions at CTIA Wireless in Orlando, Florida on March 27-29 in Booth 3251. RFMD's portfolio of highly integrated RF...

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Superconductor Technologies Inc. Exhibits at CTIA Wireless 2007

Superconductor Technologies Inc. Exhibits at CTIA Wireless 2007 SANTA BARBARA, Calif., March 20 // -- Superconductor Technologies Inc. (NASDAQ:SCON) ( STI"), a leading provider of high performance infrastructure products for wireless voice and data applications, will show its products at booth number 2093 at CTIA Wireless 2007 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL March 27th to...

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STMicroelectronics and Infra-Com Develop Wireless Digital Audio Reference Design for High-Quality Home Entertainment Systems

A cost-effective reference design embedding ST and Infra-Com chips featuring non-line-of-sight, high-bit-rate infrared communications and, exploiting the all-digital audio processing and power amplification capabilities of ST's Sound Terminal(TM) family Geneva and Netanya, March 21, 2007 - STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a world leader in digital audio ICs, and Infra-Com Ltd., a world leader in...

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CDMA Power Amplifiers minimize power consumption.

Using InGaP-Plus(TM) technology and differentiated design IP, ZeroIC(TM) CDMA 1X and 1XEVDO Amplifiers reduce power consumption to zero at low power levels. Semiconductor process integrates switches and amplifier components onto same die. Measuring 3.0 x 3.0 mm with height of 1.0 mm, amplifiers also include internal voltage regulator, allowing designers to create ultra slim and compact products.

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