SM73301

Manufacturer Part NumberSM73301
ManufacturerTexas Instruments
SM73301 datasheet
 


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SM73301
SM73301 RRIO, High Output Current & Unlimited Cap Load Op Amp in SOT23-5
Literature Number: SNOSB92A

SM73301 Summary of contents

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    ... SM73301 SM73301 RRIO, High Output Current & Unlimited Cap Load Op Amp in SOT23-5 Literature Number: SNOSB92A ...

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    ... RRIO, High Output Current & Unlimited Cap Load Op Amp in SOT23-5 General Description The SM73301 is a Rail-to-Rail input and output Op Amp which can operate with a wide supply voltage range. This device has high output current drive, greater than Rail-to-Rail input com- ...

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    Absolute Maximum Ratings If Military/Aerospace specified devices are required, please contact the National Semiconductor Sales Office/ Distributors for availability and specifications. ESD Tolerance Human Body Model Machine Model V Differential IN Output Short Circuit Duration Supply Voltage ( ...

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    Symbol Parameter I Supply Current S SR Slew Rate (Note 8) f Unity Gain-Frequency u GBWP Gain Bandwidth Product Phi Phase Margin m e Input-Referred Voltage Noise n i Input-Referred Current Noise n f Full Power Bandwidth MAX 5V Electrical ...

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    Symbol Parameter I Output Short Circuit Current SC I Supply Current S SR Slew Rate (Note 8) f Unity Gain Frequency u GBWP Gain-Bandwidth Product Phi Phase Margin m e Input-Referred Voltage Noise n i Input-Referred Current Noise n f ...

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    Symbol Parameter A Large Signal Voltage Gain VOL V Output Swing O High Output Swing Low I Output Short Circuit Current SC I Supply Current S SR Slew Rate (Note 8) f Unity Gain Frequency u GBWP Gain-Bandwidth Product Phi ...

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    Typical Performance Characteristics V vs. V for 3 Representative Units vs. V for 3 Representative Units vs. V for 3 Representative Units OS S www.national.com T = 25°C, Unless Otherwise Noted A V vs. ...

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    I vs 30157624 I vs 30157627 I vs 30157668 30157636 I vs 30157628 I vs. V (PNP side 30157625 www.national.com ...

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    I vs. V (NPN side Unity Gain Frequency vs. V Unity Gain Freq. and Phase Margin vs. V www.national.com Gain/Phase vs. Frequency 30157626 S 30157607 Unity Gain Frequency vs. Load S 30157604 8 30157618 Phase Margin vs. V ...

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    Phase Margin vs. Load 30157606 CMRR vs. Frequency 30157614 −PSRR vs. Frequency 30157617 Unity Gain Freq. and Phase Margin vs. C +PSRR vs. Frequency Output Voltage vs. Output Sourcing Current 9 L 30157609 30157616 30157646 www.national.com ...

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    Output Voltage vs. Output Sourcing Current Max Output Swing vs. Load % Overshoot vs. Cap Load www.national.com Output Voltage vs. Output Sinking Current 30157644 Max Output Swing vs. Frequency 30157610 ±5% Settling Time vs. Cap Load 30157648 10 30157645 30157611 ...

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    Cap Load 30157651 +SR vs. Cap Load 30157649 Settling Time vs. Error Voltage 30157643 −SR vs. Cap Load −SR vs. Cap Load Settling Time vs. Error Voltage 11 30157652 30157650 30157642 www.national.com ...

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    Input Noise Voltage/Current vs. Frequency Input Noise Current for Various V Input Noise Current vs. V www.national.com Input Noise Voltage for Various V 30157615 Input Noise Voltage vs 30157612 CM 30157654 12 CM 30157613 CM 30157655 THD+N vs. ...

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    THD+N vs. Frequency 30157622 THD+N vs. Amplitude 30157619 Small Signal Step Response THD+N vs. Frequency THD+N vs. Amplitude Large Signal Step Response 30157638 13 30157621 30157620 30157640 www.national.com ...

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    Application Hints BLOCK DIAGRAM AND OPERATIONAL DESCRIPTION A) Input Stage As can be seen from the simplified schematic in input stage consists of two distinct differential pairs (Q1-Q2 and Q3-Q4) in order to accommodate the full Rail-to-Rail input common mode ...

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    ... An estimate of positive and negative slew rates for loads larger than 100nF can be made by dividing the short circuit current value by the capacitor. For the SM73301, the available output current increases with the input overdrive. Referring to Short Circuit Current vs. Input Overdrive, it can be seen that both sourcing and sinking short circuit current increase as in- put overdrive increases ...

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    FIGURE 4. Output Short Circuit Sinking Current vs. Input Overdrive Figure 5 shows the output voltage, output current, and the resulting input overdrive with the device set for A the input tied step function driving a 47nF ...

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    ... TFT APPLICATIONS Figure 8 below, shows a typical application where the SM73301 is used as a buffer amplifier for the V employed in a TFT LCD flat panel: Figure 9 shows the time domain response of the amplifier when used buffer/driver with V COM application, the Op Amp loop will try and maintain its output ...

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    ... Op Amp output. The combination of these capacitors will pro- vide supply decoupling and will help keep the Op Amp oscil- lation free under any load. SM73301 ADVANTAGES Compared to other Rail-to-Rail Input/Output devices, the SM73301 offers several advantages such as: www.national.com • Improved cross over distortion. • ...

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    Physical Dimensions inches (millimeters) unless otherwise noted 5-Pin SOT23-5 NS Package Number MF05A 19 www.national.com ...

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    ... Texas Instruments Incorporated and its subsidiaries (TI) reserve the right to make corrections, modifications, enhancements, improvements, and other changes to its products and services at any time and to discontinue any product or service without notice. Customers should obtain the latest relevant information before placing orders and should verify that such information is current and complete. All products are sold subject to TI’ ...