unity gain bandwidth

unity gain bandwidth

[′yü·nəd·ē ¦gān ′band ‚width]
(electronics)
Measure of the gain-frequency product of an amplifier; unity gain bandwidth is the frequency at which the open-loop gain becomes unity, based on 6 decibels per octave crossing.
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The unique design of the ADA4096-2 allows it to achieve 800 kHz of unity gain bandwidth. Combined with a low typical 35 uV of offset voltage and 1 uV/degC typical of temperature drift, the new op amp provides designers with higher dc precision over temperature, reducing the need to calibrate to achieve high accuracy measurements.
[[omega].sub.u] = ([A.sub.o] + l)/[tau] in rad/s and is commonly called the unity gain bandwidth product for the operational amplifier.
The translational loop's PLL, with its high unity gain bandwidth of approximately 1.5 MHz, provides sufficient pulling protection, eliminating the need for special shielding.
Intersil's Elantec EL5166 and EL5167 feature unity gain bandwidths of 1.4 GHz.