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MAX4223


Part Number MAX4223
Manufacturer Maxim
Title 1GHz / Low-Power / SOT23 / Current-Feedback Amplifiers with Shutdown
Description The MAX4223–MAX4228 current-feedback amplifiers combine ultra-high-speed performance, low distortion, and excellent video specifications with low-...
Features o Ultra-High Speed and Fast Settling Time: 1GHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4223, Gain = +1) 600MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4224, Gain = +2) 1700V/µs Slew Rate (MAX4224) 5ns Settling Time to 0.1% (MAX4224) o Excellent Video Specifications (MAX4223): Gain Flatness of 0.1dB to 300MHz 0.01%/0.02° DG/DP Errors o Low ...

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