The PS13004 combines high-performance with low power operation, featuring a small-signal bandwidth of 280 MHz and slew rate of 1100 V/µs with the ability to drive 65 mA outputs and yet only requiring 3.3 mA of static supply current. By comparison, the PS13014 is optimised for a higher bandwidth of 450 MHz and 1500 V/µs slew rate.
The device is also capable of driving 65 mA outputs but the additional performance does incur the slightly higher static supply current of 5.2 mA. Both devices exhibit excellent gain flatness to within ±0.1 dB; 60 MHz for the PS13004 and 120 MHz for the PS13014.
The features and performance add up to devices that are ideally suited to video applications where signals must be driven over significant cable lengths.
The company claims the op amps have a superior specification and the matching between amplifiers enables the implementation of high-order active filters or twisted pair driver/receivers. The integration of four amplifiers in a single package is cost-effective for less demanding applications at audio frequencies.
The PS13004 and PS13014 are offered in 14-pin small outline (SO) packages. Samples are available now.
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