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2001\10\25@130955 by 29ycmFs?=

Hello,

I am looking for an amplifier chip, but I don't know if it exists.
Please, tell me where I can find it.

Thanks.

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2001\10\25@132421 by Douglas Butler

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There are litterally thousands of types of amplifier chips!  What do you
want to amplify?  What voltages, currents, frequencies, accuracy, cost?

Sherpa Doug

> {Original Message removed}

2001\10\25@133650 by Paul Hutchinson

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There are many amplifier chips from many chip makers.

What type of amplifier do you want or, what's the application?



Paul

> I am looking for an amplifier chip, but I don't know if it exists.
> Please, tell me where I can find it.

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2001\10\25@135712 by Chetan Bhargava

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Audio? Video? Signal? .....

Check on http://www.national.com for your answer.

> I am looking for an amplifier chip, but I don't know if it exists.
> Please, tell me where I can find it.

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2001\10\25@142232 by 29ycmFs?=

I want to amplify voltage. It is a DAC output.


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>Subject: Re: [EE]: Amplifier chip
>Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2001 13:20:25 -0400
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>There are litterally thousands of types of amplifier chips!  What do you
>want to amplify?  What voltages, currents, frequencies, accuracy, cost?
>
>Sherpa Doug
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> > {Original Message removed}

2001\10\25@143905 by Ned Konz

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On Thursday 25 October 2001 11:20 am, David Expssito Corral wrote:
> I want to amplify voltage. It is a DAC output.

Great. Now you have only a few parameters to specify:

* output impedance
* output voltage range
* input voltage range
* allowable error (offset/gain)
* required gain
* power supply voltage
* power supply current
* bandwidth
* noise
* capacitance on output
* package size and style
* price
* availability/lead time

I'm sure I'm missing a few...

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2001\10\25@145851 by asena

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Just to name a few....ehehehh.....




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2001\10\25@180849 by Olin Lathrop

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> I want to amplify voltage. It is a DAC output.

Great, that narrows it right down to a few thousand choices.

It would be best if you stated the overall problem.  Little clues like what
the output voltage range of the D/A is, what supply voltages are available,
what will be done with the amplifier output signal, and what that signal's
purpose is might help.  If you keep supplying one tidbit at a time all the
current chips will be obsolete before you will know what you want.


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