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ADC drivers push power, THD down; bandwidth, slew, precision up

11/7/2011 08:16 PM EST
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re: ADC drivers push power, THD down; bandwidth, slew, precision up
whumann   2/6/2012 1:14:20 PM
"Typical input-offset voltage of 0.065 V and drift of 1.1 mV/C." Wow, so you need to maintain temperature stable within 60C to see the typical input offset -- or maybe you just swapped mV and V while copying values from the datasheet.

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