|Package | PIN:||D | 8|
|Temp:||C (0 to 70)|
- Low Output Common-Mode Sensitivity to AGC Voltages
- Input and Output Impedances Independent of AGC Voltage
- Peak Gain . . . 38 dB Typ
- Wide AGC Range . . . 50 dB Typ
- 3-dB Bandwidth . . . 50 MHz
- Other Characteristics Similar to NE592 and uA733
Texas Instruments TL026CDR
This device is a monolithic two-stage high-frequency amplifier with differential inputs and outputs.
Internal feedback provides wide bandwidth, low phase distortion, and excellent gain stability. Variable gain based on signal summation provides large AGC control over a wide bandwidth with low harmonic distortion. Emitter-follower outputs enable the device to drive capacitive loads. All stages are current-source biased to obtain high common-mode and supply-voltage rejection ratios. The gain may be electronically attenuated by applying a control voltage to the AGC pin. No external compensation components are required.
This device is particularly useful in TV and radio IF and RF AGC circuits, as well as magnetic-tape and disk-file systems where AGC is needed. Other applications include video and pulse amplifiers where a large AGC range, wide bandwidth, low phase shift, and excellent gain stability are required.
The TL026C is characterized for operation from 0°C to 70°C.