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This feature is activated with the use of the device’s disable pin, which when pulled low, disables the amplifier and drops power to a low state. The AD810 is a single channel current feedback amplifier with this disable feature, while the AD813 offers similar functionality, in a 14 pin, three channel format. The high performance of the AD813 on low voltages allows it to achieve high performance on ±5V supplies, and to be directly interfaced with standard 5V logic drivers. 2:1 Video Multiplexer The outputs of two AD810s can be wired together to form a 2:1 multiplexer without degrading the flatness of the gain response.
This generally allows use with any amplifier setup, even voltage followers. The technique adds an extra resistor RD , which works against RF to force the noise gain of the stage to a level appreciably higher than the signal gain (which is unity in both cases here). Assuming that CL is a value which produces a parasitic pole near the amplifier’s natural crossover, this loading combination would likely lead to oscillation due to the 4 excessive phase lag. However with RD connected, the higher amplifier noise gain produces a new 1/ß - open loop rolloff intersection, about a decade lower in frequency.
This system uses a drive amplifier A, matched in terms of output impedance by the 75ohm source termination RT to the transmission line connecting stages A and B. In this particular case the line is a 75ohm coax, but in general it is a wideband line matched at both ends, and can alternately be of twisted pair or stripline construction. It is followed immediately by the differential receiver circuit, B, which terminates the line with a load R TERM , equal to its 75ohm impedance. The receiver stage recovers a noise-free 1V signal which is referenced to system ground B.
Practical Analog Design Techniques (Analog Devices Technical Reference Books) by Walt Kester