AD8390AACPZ-R7 Analog Devices, 2-Channel Differential Amplifier 45MHz No 16-Pin LFCSP

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Product Details

The AD8390A is a high output current, low power consumption differential amplifier. It is particularly well suited for the central office (CO) driver interface in digital subscriber line systems such as ADSL and ADSL2+. In full bias operation, the driver delivers 20.4 dBm output power into low resistance loads while compensating for hybrid and transformer insertion losses and back termination resistors.

Voltage feedback amplifier
Enables high current differential applications
Low power operation
Single- or dual-supply operation from 10 V (± 5 V) up to 24 V (± 12 V)
5.5 mA total quiescent supply current for full power ADSL and ADSL2+ CO applications
Adjustable supply current to minimize power consumption
High output voltage and current drive
400 mA peak output drive current
44 V p-p differential output voltage
Low distortion
High speed: 260 V/μs differential slew rate

Specifications
Attribute Value
Power Supply Type Dual, Single
Maximum Input Offset Voltage +3V
Typical Gain Bandwidth Product 45MHz
Output Configuration Differential
Minimum CMRR 58dB
Number of Channels per Chip 2
Mounting Type Surface Mount
Package Type LFCSP
Pin Count 16
Rail to Rail No
Maximum Supply Current 11 mA
Height 0.75mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40 °C
Width 4.1mm
Length 4.1mm
Dimensions 4.1 x 4.1 x 0.75mm
Maximum Operating Temperature +85 °C
Available to back order for despatch 28/02/2020
Price Each (On a Reel of 1500)
£ 1.282
(exc. VAT)
£ 1.538
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
Per Reel*
1500 - 1500
£1.282
£1,923.00
3000 +
£1.25
£1,875.00
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