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Low power IR receiver

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neddie

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Hi to all.
I looking to build a low power ir receiver to receive
a 115200 baud ir signal. The cct is going to be powered by
2 *1.5V AA batteries. The signal is a burst of 16 bytes (at 115200) every
100ms.
I was going to use some LMV554 opamps within the detector.
I see the datasheet recomends a supply voltage of 2.7 - 5.5V.
Is it possible to run this opamp in a a dual supply application. +-1.5V.
I want to implement a transimpedance amp using this opamp and all the transimpedance amps I've seen are dual supply.This part has good GBW of 3MHZ
with a 36uA supply to each opamp.I want to keep the total supply to 200ua or less.
Any tips appreciated.
cheers
Rob
 

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