14-bit sample-and-hold amplifier acquires in 35-ns to 0.003 percent accuracy

14-bit sample-and-hold amplifier acquires in 35-ns to 0.003 percent accuracy

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Datel, a business unit of Murata Power Solutions, has introduced the SHM-14 14-bit ultra high speed linear sample-and-hold amplifier designed for fast data acquisition applications. With a 70 MHz full power bandwidth, and a 250 MHz small signal bandwidth the SHM-14 achieves 12- and 14-bit acquisitions within 25 ns (±0.012%) and 35 ns (±0.003%) respectively.
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The accurate low power device has an aperture jitter within 1 ps and a low output noise of 65 µV rms. Output linearity is within ±0.0012%. Digital sample/hold inputs are differential and compatible with all logic families including TTL, CMOS and ECL.

Constructed in a hermetically sealed 16-pin ceramic LCC package measuring 10.67 x 10.67 x 1.65 mm, the SHM-14 is guaranteed to operate across the military temperature range of – 55 to + 125 °C. Both RoHS and non-RoHS compliant versions of the SHM-14 are available.

The SHM-14 is powered from ±5 VDC and consumes 275 mW.

Typical applications for this device include radar applications, multi-channel data acquisition systems, spectrum analysis, direct IF sampling and correlated double samplers for CCD detectors.

The SHM-14 is manufactured in a MIL-PRF-38534 certified facility.

Visit Datel at www.datel.com.

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