Key features and benefits of the OPA653 and OPA659
-- Best-in-class slew rate and low distortion contribute to enhanced signal integrity for time-domain and pulse-oriented applications. -- The OPA653 is a fixed gain (+2 V/V) JFET-input amplifier with a slew rate of 2675 V/microns and 475 MHz of large signal bandwidth (2 Vp-p). -- The OPA659 is a unity gain stable JFET-input amplifier with a slew rate of 2550 V/ us and 575 MHz of large signal bandwidth (2 Vp-p). -- Third order harmonic distortion (HD3) of -60 dBc (OPA659) and -66 dBc (OPA653) at 100 MHz ensures superior high-bandwidth linearity. -- Fast settling time (8 ns) and overdrive recovery (8 ns) enable excellent pulse response. -- The OPA653's ultra-low overshoot and ringing are desirable in low-noise, wideband, high input impedance applications such as data acquisition cards, high-impedance probes and oscilloscope front ends. -- The OPA659's 350-MHz high gain bandwidth optimizes machine vision applications, such as broadband photodiode transimpedance amplifiers used in wafer inspection equipment. -- Power supply voltage range of +/-3.5 V to +/- 6.4 V maximizes design flexibility. -- These devices drive TI's 12- and 14-bit, 400-MSPS and 500-MSPS analog-to-digital converters including the ADS5474, ADS5463 and ADS54RF63.
Availability and pricing
Find out more about TI's amplifiers at the links below:
-- Order OPA653 and OPA659 evaluation modules and samples: www.ti.com/opa659-pr -- View TI's amplifier portfolio and download selection guide: www.ti.com/amplifiers-pr -- Ask questions and share knowledge in the high-speed amplifier forum in TI's E2E online community: www.ti.com/hsampforum-pr
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