'Fastest' 1V rail-to-rail input and output CMOS amp at National

December 2006
Electronics Weekly;12/6/2006, Issue 2268, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that National Semiconductor Corp. has launched LMV951, a 1V, rail-to-rail input and output CMOS operational amplifier. According to the company, it is the only 1V operational amplifier capable of delivering 2.7MHz unity-gain bandwidth and maintaining its stability when driving a 500pF capacitive load, said the firm.


Related Articles

  • Low bias op amp operates to 24V.  // Electronics Weekly;4/12/2006, Issue 2236, p56 

    The article presents information on National Semiconductor Corp.'s rail-to-rail output CMOS operational amplifier LM6211. The amplifier has an operating range up to 24V, 20MHz bandwidth and a 0.5pA input bias current with high impedance sources. The amplifier can be used to improve signal...

  • LDO regulator cuts RMS noise output.  // Electronics Weekly;9/7/2005, Issue 2208, p29 

    This article reports that National Semiconductor Corp. has released a miniature complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) linear regulator that has low output noise and draws very low current. The LP5900 is a low drop-out CMOS linear regulator optimised for powering analogue and high...

  • Double-polysilicon emitter process reduces base resistance at 2.5 GHz. McGoldrick, Paul // Electronic Design;10/14/96, Vol. 44 Issue 21, p37 

    Focuses on National Semiconductor Corp.'s bi complementary metal oxide semiconductor (biCMOS) process that reduces base resistance at 2.6 GHz. Implementation of the process in a number of wireless products; Implantation of n and p-type buried layers; Annealing process; Emitter configuration.

  • Voltage- and current-controlled high CMRR instrumentation amplifier using CMOS current conveyors. Ercan, Hamdi; Tekın, Sezai Alper; Alçi, Mustafa // Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences;Jul2012, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p547 

    A new approach to the design of an instrumentation amplifier using only 2 CMOS current-controlled conveyors and an active resistor is introduced. The new approach, which has no passive components, offers a wide bandwidth and a high common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR). Electronically controllable...

  • Design and Analysis of a Two Stage Operational Amplifier for High Gain and High Bandwidth. Mahalingam, Savisha A. P.; Mamun, Md.; Rahman, Labonnah F.; Wan Mimi Diyana Wan Zaki // Australian Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences;Jul2012, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p247 

    In this paper a design and comparison between a fully differential RC Miller compensated CMOS op-amp and conventional op-amp is presented. High gain enables the circuit to operate efficiently in a closed loop feedback system, whereas high bandwidth makes it suitable for high speed applications....

  • New Universal Current-mode Biquad Using Only Three ZC-CFTAs. Singh, Bhopendra; Singh, Abdhesh Kumar; Senani, Raj // Radioengineering;Apr2012, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p273 

    The objective of this paper is to present a new universal current-mode biquad capable of providing all the .five basic filter functions, namely, low pass (LP), band pass (BP), high pass (HP), band reject (BR) and all pass (AP) from the same configuration using only three Z - copy current...

  • Electronically Tunable Transimpedance Instrumentation Amplifier Based on OTRA. Pandey, Rajeshwari; Pandey, Neeta; Paul, Sajal K. // Journal of Engineering (2314-4912);2013, p1 

    Operational transresistance amplifier (OTRA) is the most suitable analog building block (ABB) for transimpedance type signal processing due to its very nature of current input and voltage output. In this paper, OTRA-based transimpedance instrumentation amplifier (TIA) is presented. It provides...

  • Design and simulation of Differential Transimpedance Amplifier (TIA) Based on 0.18 μm CMOS Technology. Safar, Luqman; Zaki, Muna Samir // Al-Rafadain Engineering Journal;Aug2013, Vol. 21 Issue 4, Special section p121 

    The transimpedance amplifier is realized in a 0.18μm CMOS technology. The TIA uses a shunt-shunt feedback topology, differential TIA because it reaches a higher bandwidth than a conventional one. The TIA also has a variable gain to increase the bandwidth of the amplifier . The TIA has a...

  • A Passive-Matched 22 GHz 2.6-dB-NF CMOS Front-End with a 70-800 ps Delay Block. Roy, Apratim // Journal of Microwaves, Optoelectronics & Electromagnetic Applica;Jun2013, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p172 

    This paper presents a power-efficient RF differential receiver front-end supporting transmitted-reference (TR) communication in a 90 nm CMOS technology. Particularly, it addresses the issues of designing the frontend amplifier with lownoise and passive matching circuits on a silicon process and...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics