THS4061 High Speed Amplifier Evaluation Module

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The TI THS4061 High-Speed Operational Amplifier Evaluation Module (EVM) is a complete high-speed amplifier circuit. It consists of the TI THS4061 High-Speed, Low-Power Operational Amplifier IC, along with a small number of passive parts, mounted on a small circuit board measuring approximately 1.7 inch by 1.4 inch. The EVM uses standard SMA miniature RF connectors for inputs and outputs and is completely assembled, fully tested, and ready to use - just connect it to power, a signal source, and a load (if desired).

Features
  • High bandwidth - 75 MHz, -3 dB at +/-15 Vcc and gain = 2
  • +/-5 V to +/-15 V operation
  • Inverting and non-inverting single-ended inputs
  • Module gain set to +2 (non-inverting_ and -1 (inverting) - adjustable through component change
  • Nominal 50-ohm impedance inputs and outputs
  • Standard SMA miniature RF connectors
  • Good example of high-speed amplifier design and layout

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THS4061EVM:
THS4061 High Speed Amplifier Evaluation Module

$49.00(USD)

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TI's Standard Terms and Conditions for Evaluation Modules apply.

Technical Documents
Datasheet (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 1192 03 Dec 2003
User guides (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 83 05 Aug 1999 155

TI Devices (1)

Part Number Name Product Family
THS4061  180-MHz High Output Drive Voltage-Feedback Amplifier  Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps) 

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