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.
References in periodicals archive ?
o] + l)/[tau] in rad/s and is commonly called the unity gain bandwidth product for the operational amplifier.
This performance, coupled with a wide unity gain bandwidth of 3MHz, makes the op-amps well suited to a broad range of cost-sensitive audio products including set top boxes and pre-amplifiers.
The Comlinear CLCx601 family of dual-, triple, and quad-channel high-performance amplifiers utilize current feedback technology to provide 550MHz unity gain bandwidth, +-0.
These are the best rail-to-rail op amps in the industry for their targeted application by virtue of delivering the highest unity gain bandwidth, plus 'gain of 2' bandwidth.
Key features and benefits include: Input common mode voltage range that extends below the negative supply rail to allow ground sensing (current measurement), a high voltage gain of 88dB, unity gain bandwidth of 2.
Intersil's Elantec EL5166 and EL5167 feature unity gain bandwidths of 1.