Ideally suited for AC-coupled data acquisition applications, the output DC common mode voltage is controlled through an external VCM pin or left to default to 1.2V above the negative supply pin. Where the differential signal source is AC-coupled, the input common mode voltage will equal the output common mode voltage.
Intended for very high dynamic range ADC interface applications, the ISL55211 offers 5600V/µs differential slew rate, <12nV/√Hz output noise, and >100dBc SFDR to >100MHz for 2VP-P 2-tone 3rd order intermodulation. Its balanced architecture effectively suppresses even order distortion terms - an important issue for very wide band 1st Nyquist zone ADC interface applications. Minimum gain operation of 2V/V (6dB) with <1dB peaking ensures stable performance over-temperature. It's ultra high differential slew rate of 5600V/µs provides adequate performance margin for large signal application through 500MHz.
The ISL55211 requires only a single 3.3V (max. 4.2V) power supply and 35mA quiescent current, providing a very low power solution (115mW). Further power savings are possible using the optional power shutdown control - where the quiescent current can be reduced to <0.4mA. A companion device, the ISL55210, offers similar performance where the feedback and gain resistors are external. Both are available in a 16 Ld TQFN (Pb-free) package and are specified for operation over the -40°C to +85°C ambient temperature range.
- 3 Fixed Gain Options: 2, 4, or 5V/V
- Constant Bandwidth Over Gain: 1.4GHz
- Differential Slew Rate: 5,600V/µs
- 2VP-P, 2-tone IM3 (200Ω) 100MHz: -103dBc
- Low Differential Output Noise (Gain 5V/V): <12nV/√Hz
- Supply Voltage Range: 3.0V to 4.2V
- Quiescent Power (3.3V Supply): 115mW
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