These devices offer low offset and long-term stability by means of a low-noise, chopperless, bipolar-input-transistor amplifier circuit. For most applications, external components are not required for offset nulling and frequency compensation. The true differential input, with a wide input-voltage range and outstanding common-mode rejection, provides maximum flexibility and performance in high-noise environments and in noninverting applications. Low bias currents and extremely high input impedances are maintained over the entire temperature range.
• Low Noise
• No External Components Required
• Replace Chopper Amplifiers at a Lower Cost
• Wide Input-Voltage Range: 0 to ±14 V (Typ)
• Wide Supply-Voltage Range: ±3 V to ±18 V
• Wireless Base Station Control Circuits
• Optical Network Control Circuits
• Sensors and Controls
• Precision Filters
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