differential input

differential input

[‚dif·ə′ren·chəl ′in‚pu̇t]
(electronics)
Amplifier input circuit that rejects voltages that are the same at both input terminals and amplifies the voltage difference between the two input terminals.
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1c] denote differential input voltage, the differential output voltage, and the common-mode input voltage, respectively.
The MxL9203 has a per-channel data rate of 32Gbaud with differential input and single-ended output.
The ISL70617SEH differential input, rail-to-rail output in-amp delivers the industry's highest signal processing performance for low-level sensor telemetry data critical to communication satellites.
The company said ISL70617SEH differential input, rail-to-rail output in-amp delivers the industry's highest signal processing performance for low-level sensor telemetry data for to communication satellites.
The high-performance ISL70617SEH differential input, rail-to-rail output in-amp delivers the industry's highest signal processing performance for low-level sensor telemetry data critical to communication satellites.
2W mono filterless Class-D amplifier with high PSRR and differential input that eliminates noise and RF rectification.
The PFA-2 compact, rugged, and versatile dual-channel precision filter/amplifier offers a low-noise, high common-mode-rejection balanced differential input with programmable AC/ DC input coupling, making it suitable for conditioning static or dynamic signal inputs.
To further enhance flexibility, the ADS61B49 and ADS61B29 ease analog front end design by incorporating a fully differential input buffer.
Normally, connect the output signal to the + differential input and the ground of the device generating the output to the differential input.
The device features accurate, measurement-ready technology that delivers 12 bits of resolution at 200 kS/s on 16 single-ended or eight differential input channels.
At the other end of the link, high speed differential data from either the copper cable or output from the optical transceiver is input to a high-speed differential input buffer that drives a Clock and Data Recovery unit (CDR).
The device's fully differential input structure features high common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of more than 100 dB and a high impedance of more than 500 MOhms, which results in improved low common-to-differential mode conversion.

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