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[SOLVED] Single ended to differential signal conversion

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Hi all,

May I know why the following circuit output common mode voltage is not 0.9 V?
 

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Don't understand your question.
What are you trying to determine?
What is the purpose of the circuit?
 

you've got the 'signal' ( V1 ) connected to the wrong input ?

Edit: oh yes... i think your outputs are also flipped in the symbol. Check your + & -, and also your Inverting (with the 'o' symbol) & non-Inverting (w/o the 'o') output points.

checkout this example setup from their website -- (rename file to .asc)
View attachment LTC6406_DN454F03.txt
 
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you've got the 'signal' ( V1 ) connected to the wrong input ?

Edit: oh yes... i think your outputs are also flipped in the symbol. Check your + & -, and also your Inverting (with the 'o' symbol) & non-Inverting (w/o the 'o') output points.

checkout this example setup from their website -- (rename file to .asc)
View attachment 85997

Thanks! That's it, the output with the 'o' symbol was swapped.
 

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