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Hi, in some laboratory instruments (i.e. Network analyzers) the provide two kind of input impedances : 50Ohm and 1MOhm // 20pF.
I understand the 50 Ohm , is the standard for maximum power transfer but why the 1MOhm parallel with 20pf?
Where is this needed and how it is exactly implemented...
All VCSEL laser drivers that I could find operate from 1GBPS.
The MAX3798 is prefect for my application since it is both receiver and transmitter and it has programmable bias and modulation current.
Can someone propose another driver or mixer ic?
Otherwise maybe I should try and design my own...
I want to interface a microcontroller with the MAX3798 laser transceiver ic.
The problems are:
1. The MAX3798 has CML (current mode logic) for transmit and receive data but the microcontroller uses 3.3V or 5V voltage logic.
2. The minimum data rate of MAX3798 is 1GBPS but the...
I want to control the Bias and Modulation current of a laser diode using a microcontroller, a DAC and discrete components (including operational amplifiers).
Current range 3mA to 25mA with 0.1mA step.
Current pulses: rise time few nanoseconds, 10% max overshoot
I have found this...
Thank you for the answer.
The R7, R8 will remain constant. I will not use a pot to change the voltage but I will control the V2 from 0 to 5V with a DAC and microcontroller.
Basically, because of the 1/10 voltage divider whatever i put at V2 gets multiplied by 10. ie. Vout = 10*V2
Q2 is used...
I am trying to figure out this simple configuration.
The idea is, controlling the V2 (vref)voltage to control the Vout.
I am thinking of using a microcontroller and a DAC to create the V2.
How do I select the resistors values, is every resistor needed?
Is the opamp + - inputs ok, or I need...
Thank you for your answer.
What I need to know is, how do I calculate the base current depending on the Vout.
i.e. when Vout=15V and I want Vout = 16V, I have an error of 1V. How does this translates to additional or less current to the base? Ib= K*(Vdes-Vout). How I calculate K?
In linear power supplies there is a transistor (usually darlington) that is current-controlled depending on the output voltage.
The problem is I cant seem to find the Vout - current-to-darlington-base equation.
Do I operate it in the linear region?
When Vout < Vout_desired do I saturate...