The OPA2613 offers very low 1.8nV√Hzinput noise in a wideband, unity-gain stable, voltage-feedback architecture. Intended for xDSL driver applications, the OPA2613 also supports this low input noise with exceptionally low harmonic distortion, particularly in differential configurations. Adequate output current is provided to drive the potentially heavy load of a twisted-pair line. Harmonic distortion for a 2VPP differential output operating from +5V to +12V supplies is ≤−95dBc through 1MHz input frequencies. Operating on a low 6.0mA/ch supply current, the OPA2613 can satisfy most xDSL driver requirements over a wide range of possible supply voltage from a single +5 condition, to ±5V, on up to a single +12V design.
LOW INPUT NOISE VOLTAGE: 1.8nV/√Hz
HIGH UNITY-GAIN BANDWIDTH: 230MHz
HIGH GAIN BANDWIDTH PRODUCT: 125MHz
HIGH OUTPUT CURRENT: 350mA
LOW INPUT OFFSET VOLTAGE: ±0.2mV
FLEXIBLE SUPPLY RANGE:
Single +5V to +12V Operation
Dual ±2.5V to ±6V Operation
LOW SUPPLY CURRENT: 6.0mA/ch
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