[time-nuts] 50 ohm Driver

Bob Albert bob91343 at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 4 11:49:11 EST 2015

5V into 50 Ohms means 100 mA.  Perhaps you need a medium power transistor amplifier or opamp.

     On Wednesday, March 4, 2015 6:09 AM, Martyn Smith <martyn at ptsyst.com> wrote:


A quick question.

My output driver for a simple amplifier.

I use three gates (in parallel with resistors) from a 74AC14 to give me about 0-3.2V into 50 ohm.

I want to have a driver that gives me a full 0-5V (at least 0-4.5V) swing into 50 ohms.

Can anyone recommend an IC that can delivery this.

But it needs to have similar jitter performance to the 74AC14.

I use it up to 10 MHz.

Best Regards


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