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Line driver accepts signals from any power line carrier modem

8/12/2010 04:22 PM EDT
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re: Line driver accepts signals from any power line carrier modem
kendallcp   8/13/2010 11:50:01 AM
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This looks like it could be quite useful for a number of high current applications, at frequencies rather higher than the 'usual suspects', i.e. audio power amplifiers. The package will shed several Watts, the output driver shifts at 70V/us, the GBW is 60MHz and yet it'll drive half a microfarad. That's tough-guy stuff - I'll make sure our PLC people hear about it. Oh, and the guys making small ultrasonic loudspeakers for audiophile bats [grin]

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