THS4303 Wideband Evaluation Module

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The THS4303 evaluation module (EVM) User's Guide is included within the THS4303 Datasheet.

The THS4303 EVM provides a platform for evaluating the THS4303 wideband, fixed-gain amplifier. The user needs only power, input signal, and test instrument to operate the EVM. The THS4303 offers high bandwidth, high slew rate, low noise, and low distortion.

Applications:

  • Test and Measurement Systems
    • Signal Acquisition Chains, ADC Preamplifier
    • DAC Output Buffers
  • Communications (Narrowband Applications)
    • Basestation Receive Channels
    • IF Amplifier
  • Medical and Industrial Imaging
  • Automatic Test Equipment
  • Broadcast Video

Features
  • Fixed gain of 10V/V amplifier
  • SMA connectors on input and output ports
  • 50 ohm input and output impedance matching
  • Supply voltage range:
    • Single supply +3V to +5V
    • Split supply +/-1.65 to +/-2.5V
  • Power supply via banana jack connectors
  • Power down function

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THS4303EVM:
THS4303 Wideband Evaluation Module

$49.00(USD)




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Technical Documents
Datasheet (1)
Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views TI Recommends
PDF 1388 20 Jan 2005

Design Kits & Evaluation Modules (1)

Name Part Number Tool Type
THS4302 Evaluation Module  THS4302EVM  Evaluation Modules & Boards 

TI Devices (2)

Part Number Name Product Family
THS4302  Wideband Fixed Gain Amplifier  Special Function Amplifiers 
THS4303  Wideband Fixed-Gain Amplifier  Special Function Amplifiers 

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