Precision T/H amplifier uses 3.3V supply

McDonald, John; Travis, Bill
June 1995
EDN;6/22/95, Vol. 40 Issue 13, p68
Trade Publication
Presents a design for a track-and-hold amplifier. Use of a low-voltage single supply; High output-signal dynamic range due to rail-to-rail output swing of amplifiers and switches; Minimization of track-to-hold pedestal and feedthrough with compensatory circuitry.


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