Analog Design (Page 2)

Analog Circuits and Mixed Circuits Design

The JFET-input operational amplifiers in the TL07x series are designed as low-noise versions of the TL08x series amplifiers with low input bias and offset currents and fast slew rate.

Quadrature Oscillator – 100 kHz – TL072-TI – TL072-TI  Opamp

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The low harmonic distortion and low noise make the TL07x series ideally suited for high-fidelity and audio preamplifier applications. Each amplifier features JFET inputs (for high input impedance) coupled with bipolar output stages integrated on a single monolithic chip.

Dual-Low-Noise-JFET-Opamp-TL072-TI

Low Power Consumption
Low Input Bias and Offset Currents
Low Noise
High Input Impedance JFET Input Stage
High Slew Rate – 13 V/µs Typ
Common-Mode Input Voltage Range Includes VCC+

The LF198, LF298, LF398 are monolithic sample-and-hold circuits which utilize BI-FET technology to obtain ultra-high dc accuracy with fast acquisition of signal and low droop rate. Operating as a unity gain follower, dc gain accuracy is 0.002% typical and acquisition time is as low as 6 µs to 0.01%. A bipolar input stage is used to achieve low offset voltage and wide bandwidth. Input offset adjust is accomplished with a single pin, and does not degrade input offset drift.

LF398 - Monolithic Sample and Hold Circuit

The wide bandwidth allows the LF198 to be included inside the feedback loop of 1 MHz op amps without having stability problems. Input impedance of 1010Ohm allows high source impedances to be used without degrading accuracy.

LF398 – Monolithic Sample and Hold Circuit

P-channel junction FET’s are combined with bipolar devices in the output amplifier to give droop rates as low as 5 mV/min with a 1 µF hold capacitor. The JFET’s have much lower noise than MOS devices used in previous designs and do not exhibit high temperature instabilities. The overall design guarantees no feed-through from input to output in the hold mode, even for input signals equal to the supply voltages.

National Semiconductor was an American semiconductor manufacturer, that specialized in analog devices and subsystems, formerly headquartered in Santa Clara, California, USA. The products of National Semiconductor included power management circuits, display drivers, audio and operational amplifiers, communication interface products and data conversion solutions.

Wiki of National Semiconductor

National’s key markets included wireless handsets, displays and a variety of broad electronics markets, including medical, automotive, industrial, and test and measurement applications.

National Semiconductor is part of TI

On September 23, 2011, the company formally became part of Texas Instruments as the “Silicon Valley” division.

An Exquisite Evaluation Board from National Semiconductor

The LMH0356 Serial Digital Interface (SDI) reclocker is designed to recover a clean clock from a serial digital video signal which may be contaminated by jitter and to resynchronize the input video data to the recovered clean clock. The LMH0356 SDI reclocker accepts signals conforming to standards SMPTE 259M (C), SMPTE 292M, and SMPTE 424M.

TINA is an easy-to-use, but powerful, circuit simulation program based on a SPICE engine. TINA-TI is a fully functional version of TINA, loaded with a library of TI macromodels plus passive and active models.  TINA-TI’s new version 7.0 has changes from Version 6.0 in the following areas:

SPICE Analog Simulation Program TINA TI

SPICE Analog Simulation Program TINA TI

TINA-TI provides all the conventional DC, transient and frequency domain analysis of SPICE and much more. TINA has extensive post-processing capability that allows you to format results the way you want them. Virtual instruments allow you to select input waveforms and probe circuit nodes voltages and waveforms. TINA’s schematic capture is truly intuitive-a real “quickstart.”

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