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Philips Semiconductors

Product specification

Philips Semiconductors Product specification

Video amplifier

NE5592

Product specification Video amplifier NE5592 DESCRIPTION The NE5592 is a dual monolithic, two-stage,

DESCRIPTION

The NE5592 is a dual monolithic, two-stage, differential output, wideband video amplifier. It offers a fixed gain of 400 without external components and an adjustable gain from 400 to 0 with one external resistor. The input stage has been designed so that with the addition of a few external reactive elements between the gain select terminals, the circuit can function as a high-pass, low-pass, or band-pass filter. This feature makes the circuit ideal for use as a video or pulse amplifier in communications, magnetic memories, display, video recorder systems, and floppy disk head amplifiers.

FEATURES

110MHz unity gain bandwidth

Adjustable gain from 0 to 400

Adjustable pass band

No frequency compensation required

Wave shaping with minimal external components

ORDERING INFORMATION

PIN CONFIGURATION

SL00582

D, N Packages IN A 1 1 14 OUT A 2 IN A 2 2
D, N Packages
IN A 1
1 14
OUT A 2
IN A 2
2 13
OUT A 1
3 12
G
V
A
CC
4 11
G
G
A
B
5 10
G
V EE
B
6 9
B
OUT B 1
IN B 2
OUT B 2
7 8
IN B 1
Figure 1. Pin Configuration

APPLICATIONS

Floppy disk head amplifier

Video amplifier

Pulse amplifier in communications

Magnetic memory

Video recorder systems

DESCRIPTION

TEMPERATURE RANGE

ORDER CODE

DWG #

14-Pin Plastic Dual In-Line Package (DIP)

0

to 70°C

NE5592N

SOT27-1

14-Pin Small Outline (SO) package

0

to 70°C

NE5592D

SOT108-1

EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT

INPUT 1

G

+V R R R R R 1 2 8 10 9 Q 6 Q 5
+V
R
R
R
R
R
1
2
8
10
9
Q
6
Q
5
Q
4
Q
3
R
11
OUTPUT 1
INPUT 2
Q 1
Q 2
R
12
OUTPUT 2
G
R
R
4
6
R
Q
Q
Q 7A Q 7B
1
9
10
Q
11
R
7A
R
R
7B
15
R
R
16
13
R
14
R 12 OUTPUT 2 G R R 4 6 R Q Q Q 7A Q 7B

–VQ 2 R 12 OUTPUT 2 G R R 4 6 R Q Q Q 7A

SL00583

Figure 2. Equivalent Circuit

Philips Semiconductors

Product specification

Video amplifier

NE5592

ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS

T A =25°C, unless otherwise specified.

 

SYMBOL

 

PARAMETER

RATING

UNIT

V

CC

Supply voltage

±8

V

V

IN

Differential input voltage

±5

V

V

CM

Common mode Input voltage

±6

V

I

OUT

Output current

10

mA

 

Operating temperature range

 

°C

T

A

NE5592

0 to +70

T

STG

Storage temperature range

-65 to +150

°C

P

D MAX

Maximum power dissipation,

   
 

T A =25°C (still air) 1

D

package

1.03

W

N

package

1.48

W

NOTES:

1. Derate above 25°C at the following rates:

D

package 8.3mW/°C

N

package 11.9mW/°C

DC ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

T A =+25°C, V SS =±6V, V CM =0, unless otherwise specified. Recommended operating supply voltage is V S = ±6.0V, and gain select pins are connected together.

       

LIMITS

 

SYMBOL

PARAMETER

TEST CONDITIONS

Min

Typ

Max

UNITS

A

VOL

Differential voltage gain

R L =2k , V OUT =3V P-P

400

480

600

V/V

R

IN

Input resistance

 

3

14

 

k

C

IN

Input capacitance

   

2.5

 

pF

I OS

Input offset current

   

0.3

3

A

I BIAS

Input bias current

   

5

20

A

 

Input noise voltage

BW 1kHz to 10MHz

 

4

 

nV/Hz

V

IN

Input voltage range

 

±1.0

   

V

   

V CM ± 1V, f<100kHz V CM ± 1V, f=5MHz

60

93

 

dB

CMRR

Common-mode rejection ratio

87

dB

PSRR

Supply voltage rejection ratio

V S = ± 0.5V

50

85

 

dB

 

Channel separation

V OUT =1V P-P ; f=100kHz (output referenced) R L =1k

65

70

 

dB

V

 

Output offset voltage gain select pins open

R

L =

 

0.5

1.5

V

OS

R

L =

0.25

0.75

V

V

CM

Output common-mode voltage

R

L =

2.4

3.1

3.4

V

V

OUT

Output differential voltage swing

R

L =2k

3.0

4.0

 

V

R

OUT

Output resistance

   

20

   

I

CC

Power supply current (total for both sides)

R

L =

 

35

44

mA

Philips Semiconductors

Product specification

Video amplifier

NE5592

DC ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

V SS =±6V, V CM =0, 0°C T A 70°C, unless otherwise specified. Recommended operating supply voltage is V S = ±6.0V, and gain select pins are connected together.

       

LIMITS

 

SYMBOL

PARAMETER

TEST CONDITIONS

Min

Typ

Max

UNITS

A

VOL

Differential voltage gain

R L =2k , V OUT =3V P-P

350

430

600

V/V

R

IN

Input resistance

 

1

11

 

k

I OS

Input offset current

     

5

A

I BIAS

Input bias current

     

30

A

V

IN

Input voltage range

 

±1.0

   

V

CMRR

Common-mode rejection ratio

V CM ± 1V, f<100kHz

55

   

dB

R

S =

PSRR

Supply voltage rejection ratio

V S = ± 0.5V

50

   

dB

 

Channel separation

V OUT =1V P-P ; f=100kHz (output referenced) R L =1k

 

70

 

dB

V

OS

Output offset voltage

         
 

gain select pins connected together

R

L =

1.5

V

gain select pins open

R

L =

1.0

V

V

OUT

Output differential voltage swing

R

L =2k

2.8

   

V

I

CC

Power supply current

         

(total for both sides)

R

L =

47

mA

AC ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

T A =+25°C V SS =±6V, V CM =0, unless otherwise specified. Recommended operating supply voltage V S =±6.0V. Gain select pins connected together.

       

LIMITS

 

SYMBOL

PARAMETER

TEST CONDITIONS

Min

Typ

Max

UNITS

BW

Bandwidth

V

OUT =1V P-P

 

25

 

MHz

t

R

Rise time

   

15

20

ns

t

PD

Propagation delay

V

OUT =1V P-P

 

7.5

12

ns

TEST CIRCUITS T A =25°C unless otherwise specified.

V IN

5592 R L 51 51
5592
R L
51
51

V OUT

e in

0.2 F 5592 0.2 F e OUT e 51 51 1k 1k
0.2 F
5592
0.2 F
e
OUT
e
51
51
1k
1k

OUT

0.2 F 3,11 2,9 13,6 5592 1,8 0.2 F 14,7 4,10 51 51 1k 1k
0.2 F
3,11
2,9
13,6
5592
1,8
0.2 F
14,7
4,10
51 51
1k
1k
R adj
V S = ±6V T A = 25°C
SL00584

Figure 3. Test Circuits

Philips Semiconductors

Product specification

Video amplifier

NE5592

TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS

Common-Mode Rejection Ratio as a Function of Frequency

100 90 80 70 60 50 Vs = + 6V 40 = 25 o C
100
90
80
70
60
50
Vs
=
+ 6V
40
=
25
o C
T A
30
=
0
R S
2V p-p
20
V IN =
10
0
10 5
10 6
10 7
10 8
COMMON MODE REJECTION RATIO —dB

FREQUENCY — Hz

SL00585

Figure 4.

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Frequency

6 5 4 3 Vs = + 6V R = 1k 2 L T =
6
5
4
3
Vs
= + 6V
R
= 1k
2
L
T
= 25 o C
A
1
0
10 4
10 5
10 6
10 7
10 8
OUTPUT VOLTAGE—V p-p

FREQUENCY — Hz

SL00586

Figure 5.

Channel Separation as a Function of Frequency

0 R = 1k L –10 T = 25 o C A –20 –30 –40
0
R
= 1k
L
–10
T
=
25 o C
A
–20
–30
–40
–50
–60
–70
–80
–90
10 5
10 6
10 7
10 8
10 9
CHANNEL SEPARATON—dB

FREQUENCY — Hz

SL00587

Figure 6.

Differential Overdrive Recovery Time

50 45 40 Vs = + 6V 35 = 25 o C T A 30
50
45
40
Vs
= +
6V
35
= 25 o C
T A
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
0
40
80
120
160
200
OVERDRIVE RECOVERY TIME—ns

DIFFERENTIAL INPUT VOLTAGE—mV

SL00588

Figure 7.

Pulse Response as a Function of Supply Voltage

1.6 R L = 1k T A = 25 o C 1.4 Vs = +
1.6
R L = 1k
T A = 25 o C
1.4
Vs =
+ 8V
1.2
1
0.8
Vs =
+ 6V
0.6
0.4
Vs =
+ 3V
0.2
0
–15–10 –5
0
5
10
15
20 25
30 35
OUTPUT VOLTAGE—V

TIME—nS

 

SL00589

 

Figure 8.

 

Pulse Response as a Function of Temperature

 
 

1.6

1.4

Vs = + 6V R L = 1k T 0 o C A = T
Vs = + 6V
R L = 1k
T
0
o C
A =
T
25
o C
A =
T A = 70 o C
 

1.2

OUTPUT VOLTAGE—V

1

0.8

0.6

0.4

0.2

0

 

–0.2

–0.4

 

–15–10 –5

0

5

10

15

20 25

30 35

 

TIME—nS

 
 

SL00590

Figure 9.

Philips Semiconductors

Product specification

Video amplifier

NE5592

TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS (Continued)

Voltage Gain as a Function of Temperature

1.6 1.2 Vs = + 6V R 1k L = 0.8 f = 1MHz 0.4
1.6
1.2
Vs =
+ 6V
R
1k
L =
0.8
f
= 1MHz
0.4
0
–0.4
–0.8
–1.2
–1.6 0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
RELATIVE VOLTAGE GAIN—dB

TEMPERATURE: °C

SL00591

Gain vs Frequency as a Function of Supply Voltage

60 V S = +8V T 25 o C A = R = 1k L
60
V S =
+8V
T
25
o C
A =
R
=
1k
L
50
40
V S =
+6V
30
V
= +3V
S
20
10
10 5
10 6
10 7
10 8
10 9
VOLTAGE GAIN—dB

fFREQUENCY—Hz

SL00594

Figure 10.

Figure 13.

Gain vs Frequency as a Function of Temperature

60 50 = 0 o C T A 40 = 25 o C T A
60
50
= 0 o C
T A
40
=
25
o C
T A
30
T A = 70 o C
20
Vs
=
+ 6V
1k
R L =
10
10 5
10 6
10 7
10 8
10 9
VOLTAGE GAIN—dB

FREQUENCY — Hz

SL00592

Figure 11.

Voltage Gain as a Function of Supply Voltage

4 3 F = 100kHz 2 T A = 25 o C 1 0 –1
4
3
F = 100kHz
2
T A = 25 o C
1
0
–1
–2
–3
–4
–5
–6
3
4
5
67
8
VOLTAGE GAIN—dB

SUPPLY VOLTAGE—V

SL00593

Figure 12.

Phase vs Frequency as a Function of Supply Voltage

o T A = 25 C 0 1k R L = 30 60 90 =
o
T A =
25
C
0
1k
R L =
30
60
90
= +8V
V S
120
V S =
+6V
150
180
V S =
+3V
210
240
10 5
10 6
10 7
10 8
10 9
PHASE SHIFT – DEGREES

fFREQUENCY—Hz

 

SL00595

 

Figure 14.

 
 

Voltage Gain as a Function of R ADJ

 

10

3

VOLTAGE GAIN

10

2

T A = 25 o C R L = +6V
T
A = 25 o C
R L = +6V
 

10

1

 

10 1 1

10

10 2

10

4

10

3

10 5

10 6

 

R ADJ – OHMS

 
 

SL00596

Figure 15.

Philips Semiconductors

Product specification

Video amplifier

NE5592

TYPICAL PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS (Continued)

Supply Current as a Function of Temperature

35 V S = +6V 34 33 32 0 10 20 30 40 50 60
35
V S = +6V
34
33
32
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
SUPPLY CURRENT—mA

TEMPERATURE – o C

SL00597

Figure 16.

Supply Current as a Function of Supply Voltage

50 40 o T A = 25 C 30 20 10 0 34 56 78
50
40
o
T A =
25
C
30
20
10
0
34
56
78
SUPPLY CURRENT—mA

SUPPLY VOLTAGE – +V

SL00598

Figure 17.

P

OUTPUT VOLTAGE SWING—V

Output Voltage Swing and Sink Current as a Function of Supply Voltage

6 T A = 25 o C 5 4 VOLTAGE 3 CURRENT 2 1 0
6
T A = 25 o C
5
4
VOLTAGE
3
CURRENT
2
1
0
3
4
56
78
OUTPUT SINK CURRENT-mA

SUPPLY VOLTAGE – +V

SL00599

Output Voltage Swing as a Function of Load Resistance

V = +6V 4 S = 2 o C T A 3 2 1 0
V
=
+6V
4
S
= 2 o C
T A
3
2
1
0
10 5
10 6
10 7
10 8
OUTPUT VOLTAGE SWING-V p–p

LOAD RESISTANCE – OHMS

SL00600 Figure 19. Input Resistance as a Function of Temperature 25 GAIN 1 V S
SL00600
Figure 19.
Input Resistance as a Function of Temperature
25
GAIN 1
V
S = +6V
20
15
10
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
TEMPERATURE – o C
SL00601
Figure 20.
Input Noise Voltage as a Function of Frequency
T A =
25
o C
V S =
+6V
1000
R
=
100
S
100
10
1
4
6
10 2
10
10
10 8
10 10
1
FREQUENCY – Hz
SL00602
INPUT NOISE VOLTAGE – nV/ √ Hz
INPUT RESISTANCE – k

Figure 18.

Figure 21.

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