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부품번호 EL400CN
기능 200MHz Current Feedback Amplifier
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EL400CN 데이터시트, 핀배열, 회로
200MHz Current Feedback Amplifier
• 200MHz -3dB bandwidth, AV = 2
• 12ns settling to 0.05%
• VS = ±5V @ 15mA
• Low distortion: HD2, HD3 @
-60dBc at 20MHz
• Differential gain 0.02% at NTSC,
• Differential phase 0.01° at NTSC,
• Overload/short-circuit protected
• ±1 to ±8 closed-loop gain range
• Low cost
• Direct replacement for CLC400
• Video gain block
• Video distribution
• HDTV amplifier
• High-speed A/D conversion
• D/A I-V conversion
• Photodiode, CCD preamps
• IF processors
• High-speed communications
Ordering Information
Part No.
Temp. Range
-40°C to +85°C
-40°C to +85°C
8-Pin P-DIP
8-Lead SO
Outline #
General Description
The EL400C is a wide bandwidth, fast settling monolithic amplifier
built using an advanced complementary bipolar process. This ampli-
fier uses current-mode feedback to achieve more bandwidth at a given
gain than conventional operational amplifiers. Designed for closed-
loop gains of ±1 to ±8, the EL400C has a 200MHz -3dB bandwidth
(AV = +2), and 12ns settling to 0.05% while consuming only 15mA of
supply current.
The EL400C is an obvious high-performance solution for video distri-
bution and line-driving applications. With low 15mA supply current,
differential gain/phase of 0.02%/0.01°, and a minimum 50mA output
drive, performance in these areas is assured.
The EL400's settling to 0.05% in 12ns, low distortion, and ability to
drive capacitive loads make it an ideal flash A/D driver. The wide
200MHz bandwidth and extremely linear phase allow unmatched sig-
nal fidelity. D/A systems can also benefit from the EL400C, especially
if linearity and drive levels are important.
Connection Diagrams
DIP and SO Package
Top View
Manufactured under U.S. Patent No. 4,893,091
Note: All information contained in this data sheet has been carefully checked and is believed to be accurate as of the date of publication; however, this data sheet cannot be a “controlled document”. Current revisions, if any, to these
specifications are maintained at the factory and are available upon your request. We recommend checking the revision level before finalization of your design documentation.
© 2001 Elantec Semiconductor, Inc.

EL400CN pdf, 반도체, 판매, 대치품
200MHz Current Feedback Amplifier
Typical Performance Curves
Frequency Response
Inverting Frequency Response
Frequency Response for
Various RLs
Open-Loop Transimpedance
Gain and Phase
2nd and 3rd
Harmonic Distortion
2-Tone 3rd Order
Intermodulation Intercept
Equivalent Input Noise
Rejection Ratio
Rejection Ratio
Settling Time
Long-Term Settling Time
Settling Time vs Load Capacitance


EL400CN 전자부품, 판매, 대치품
200MHz Current Feedback Amplifier
Applications Information
Theory of Operation
The EL400C has a unity gain buffer from the non-invert-
ing input to the inverting input. The error signal of the
EL400C is a current flowing into (or out of) the inverting
input. A very small change in current flowing through the
inverting input will cause a large change in the output
voltage. This current amplification is called the trans-
impedance (ROL) of the EL400C [VOUT=(ROL)*(-IIN)].
Since ROL is very large, the current flowing into the
inverting input in the steady-state (non-slewing) condi-
tion is very small.
Therefore we can still use op-amp assumptions as a first-
order approximation for circuit analysis, namely that:
1. The voltage across the inputs is approximately 0V.
2. The current into the inputs is approximately 0mA.
Resistor Value Selection and Optimization
The value of the feedback resistor (and an internal
capacitor) sets the AC dynamics of the EL400C. The
nominal value for the feedback resistor is 250, which
is the value used for production testing. This value guar-
antees stability. For a given closed-loop gain the
bandwidth may be increased by decreasing the feedback
resistor and, conversely, the bandwidth may be
decreased by increasing the feedback resistor.
Reducing the feedback resistor too much will result in
overshoot and ringing, and eventually oscillations.
Increasing the feedback resistor results in a lower -3dB
frequency. Attenuation at high frequency is limited by a
zero in the closed-loop transfer function which results
from stray capacitance between the inverting input and
ground. Consequently, it is very important to keep stray
capacitance to a minimum at the inverting input.
Differential Gain/Phase
An industry-standard method of measuring the distor-
tion of a video component is to measure the amount of
differential gain and phase error it introduces. To mea-
sure these, a 40 IREPP reference signal is applied to the
device with 0V DC offset (0IRE) at 3.58MHz for NTSC,
4.43MHz for PAL, and 30MHz for HDTV. A second
measurement is then made with a 0.714V DC offset
(100IRE). Differential Gain is a measure of the change
in amplitude of the sine wave, and is measured in per-
cent. Differential Phase is a measure of the change in
phase, and is measured in degrees. Typically, the maxi-
mum positive and negative deviations are summed to
give peak values.
In general, a back terminated cable (75in series at the
drive end and 75to ground at the receiving end) is pre-
ferred since the impedance match at both ends will
absorb any reflections. However, when double-termina-
tion is used, the received signal is reduced by half;
therefore a gain of 2 configuration is typically used to
compensate for the attenuation. In a gain of 2 configura-
tion, with output swing of 2VPP, with each back-
terminated load at 150. The EL400C is capable of
driving up to 4 back-terminated loads with excellent
video performance. Please refer to the typical curves for
more information on video performance with respect to
frequency, gain, and loading.
Capacitive Feedback
The EL400C relies on its feedback resistor for proper
compensation. A reduction of the impedance of the feed-
back element results in less stability, eventually
resulting in oscillation. Therefore, circuit implementa-
tions which have capacitive feedback should not be used
because of the capacitor's impedance reduction with fre-
quency. Similarly, oscillations can occur when using the
technique of placing a capacitor in parallel with the feed-
back resistor to compensate for shunt capacitances from
the inverting input to ground.
Offset Adjustment Pin
Output offset voltage of the EL400C can be nulled by
tying a 10k potentiometer between +VS and -VS with the
slider attached to pin 1. A full-range variation of the
voltage at pin 1 to ±5V results in an offset voltage
adjustment of at least ±10mV. For best settling perfor-
mance pin 1 should be bypassed to ground with a
ceramic capacitor located near to the package, even if
the offset voltage adjustment feature is not being used.


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