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Anglo-American Microelectronics facts 1968-69, quantity One brands A-P covers semiconductor built-in circuits, thick and skinny movie applied sciences, and structures outdoor the semiconductor built-in circuit zone which come in the microelectronics diversity. The booklet discusses A.B. steel items thick movie microcircuits; AMELCO sequence 16-701/46-701 tentative transistor-transistor good judgment; and American Micro-Systems B002e low-power good judgment binary. The ebook additionally describes Bunker-Ramo hybrid thin-film concepts; Centralab thick movie built-in circuits; and CTS Cermet microelectronics. Elliott-automation; Erie R-C and hybrid built-in circuits; and Ether engineering sequence 2020 operational amplifiers also are thought of. different themes comprise reasonable baby resistor-transistor micrologic; Hawker Siddeley micropacks; and Plessey SL20 sequence amplifiers. Designers, purchasers, and clients of microelectronic units will locate the textual content necessary.

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500 MIN. 0 mA maximum Manufacturer. K. S a l e s . Lectropon Limited, Kinbex House, Wellington S t r e e t , Slough, B u c k i n g h a m s h i r e . Amelco Semiconductor, 1300 T e r r a Bella Avenue, Mountain View, California 94042. 26 83 IDE (Contd) AMELCO INTEGRATED CIRCUITS ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS at 25° C Min. OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS Output Offset Voltage (Referred to Input) Single Ended Dynamic Range (No Load) 5 Single Ended Output Impedance Typ- Max. 5 1 Units mV Volts 7 K INPUT CHARACTERISTICS Input Impedance 5 K 20 Input Bias Current Input Offset Current 20 μΑ 2 μΑ TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS 200(1) Differential Gain (No Load) 1500,2) Differential Gain (No Load with Pins 1, 5, and 11 Tied Together) 25011' Bandwidth Common Mode Rejection -80 Common Mode Input Range -1 -70 Power Supply Rejection NOTES: K 400 -60 1 1 1 db +1 Volt -50 db (1) When balanced with a 1000 ohm potentiometer across pins 1, 5, and 11.

0 volts, 5 mA Typical - 1 2 . 0 volts, 5 mA Typical 30 PIN 5 IS INTERNALLY CONNECTED TO CASE NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS IN INCHES A13-351 A13-251/A13-351 (Contd) AMELCO INTEGRATED CIRCUITS ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS at + 25° C (Unless Otherwise Specified) PARAMETER AND CONDITIONS Open Loop DC Gain (No Load) MIN. 10000 TYP. 20000 10 5 Open Loop Bandwidth ( 1 , 2) MAX. 0 Volts Dynamic Output Range (No Load) 18 Volts peak to peak Dynamic Output Range (1 ΚΩ Load) 10 Volts peak to peak -80 Common Mode Rejection NOTES: db -60 (1) Bandwidth measured at unity gain.

Figures 20B, 22B, and 24B are the closed-loop phase shift with frequency with the above compensation and gain variations. Figure 19 is the same as Figure 18 with the exception that the input resistance has been changed to 1 K ohm. Figures 21A,23A, and 25A again show the results of only changing the feedback element and its effects on closed-loop gain versus frequency. Figures 21B, 23B, and 25B are the closed-loop phase shift characteristics with frequency for these 1 K ohm curves. Figure 26 is a compensation technique for a voltage follower amplifier.

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