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Unformatted text preview: ADVANCED LINEAR DEVICES, INC. ALD1106/ALD1116 QUAD/DUAL N-CHANNEL MATCHED PAIR MOSFET ARRAY GENERAL DESCRIPTION The ALD1106/ALD1116 are monolithic quad/dual N-channel enhancement mode matched MOSFET transistor arrays intended for a broad range of precision analog applications. The ALD1106/ALD1116 offer high input impedance and negative current temperature coefficient. The transistor pairs are matched for minimum offset voltage and differential thermal response, and they are designed for switching and amplifying applications in +2V to +12V systems where low input bias current, low input capacitance and fast switching speed are desired. These MOSFET devices feature very large (almost infinite) current gain in a low frequency, or near DC, operating environment. The ALD1106/ALD1116 are building blocks for differential amplifier input stages, transmission gates, and multiplexer applications, current sources and many precision analog circuits. APPLICATIONS • • • • • • • • Precision current mirrors Precision current sources Voltage choppers Differential amplifier input stage Voltage comparator Data converters Sample and Hold Analog signal processing PIN CONFIGURATION ALD1116 DN1 1 8 DN2 GN1 2 7 GN2 SN1 3 6 SN2 V- FEATURES • Low threshold voltage of 0.7V • Low input capacitance • Low Vos 2mV typical • High input impedance -- 1014Ω typical • Negative current (IDS) temperature coefficient • Enhancement-mode (normally off) • DC current gain 109 • Low input and output leakage currents 4 5 V+ DA, PA, SA PACKAGE 1 ALD1106 ORDERING INFORMATION DN1 Operating Temperature Range* -55° C to +125° C 0°C to +70° C 0°C to +70° C 1 14 DN2 GN1 2 13 GN2 SN1 3 12 SN2 V- 4 11 V+ 8-Pin CERDIP Package 8-Pin Plastic Dip Package 8-Pin SOIC Package ALD...
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