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re: Ultra-precision op amp pushes to zero drift, 36V rail
srudeep   3/17/2012 5:25:00 PM
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I see MAX44251 has better drift specs compared to OPA2188...

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re: Ultra-precision op amp pushes to zero drift, 36V rail
GREATTerry   9/2/2011 12:07:22 AM
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It is a nice part. I like the low drift and yet 36V rails. Is it built with Bipolar process? Is it a chopper amplifier? I can't see the chopping frequency from the datasheet so I wonder if there is any breakthrough ideas behind if the low drift is not done by chopper's offset cancellation technique.

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re: Ultra-precision op amp pushes to zero drift, 36V rail
agk   8/15/2011 9:59:49 AM
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TI's OPA2188 has many variants compramising either the bandwidth,offset,single or quads. The analog circuit design becomes less critical when this is used.



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