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2007-05-09 High-precision op-amps suit automotive, industrial apps
ST has released TS507, a high-precision op-amp that benefits customers with an ultra-low input offset voltage guaranteed over a wide common-mode voltage range.
2007-09-21 Precision op amps feature low noise
National Semiconductor has introduced two precision op amps that offers what the company claims the industry's lowest input voltage noise and highest accuracy for products operating at low frequencies and low supply voltage.
2008-04-14 Precision amp claims 'lowest' input bias current
National has introduced the LMP7721, a precision amplifier that's said to have the industry's lowest guaranteed input bias current (20fA) at room temperature and over the extended temperature range of -40C to 125C.
2005-04-28 OPA277 op amp from TI now available in DFN package
TI introduced a 4-by-4mm DFN package version of the high-precision OPA277 operational amplifier from its Burr-Brown product line
2007-05-04 Op amps suit automotive, industrial applications
STMicroelectronics' TS507 high-precision op amp features an ultralow input offset voltage guaranteed over a wide common-mode voltage range, making it suitable for automotive and industrial applications.
2005-05-20 Have your cake and eat it too with these precision amps
While reviewing these amplifiers, the old adage about having your cake and eating it too came to mind
2002-11-06 Cirrus op-amps achieve low-noise functionality
A proprietary MultiPath design developed by Cirrus Logic for dc measurement ADCs is working in op-amps to achieve low-noise with low-drift capabilities.
2003-01-07 Precision CMOS op amps pose alternative to JFETs
Advanced Linear Devices' ALD2724E/ALD2724 dual precision CMOS op amps offer feature-rich alternatives to JFET devices.
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