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MAX4288


Part Number MAX4288
Manufacturer Maxim
Title +3V/+5V / 250MHz / SOT23 ADC Buffer Amplifiers with High-Speed Disable
Description The MAX4285/MAX4286 single and MAX4287/MAX4288/ MAX4387/MAX4388 dual ADC buffer amplifiers feature high-speed performance and single +3V supply op...
Features o High Speed at 3V 250MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4285/87/88) 150MHz -3dB Bandwidth (MAX4286, MAX4387/88) 350V/µs Slew Rate o +2.85V to +6.5V Single-Supply Operation o Input Common-Mode Range Extends to VEE o Low Distortion at 5MHz -88dBc SFDR o High Output Current Drive: -106mA to +77mA o 6ns Settling T...

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