Mouser Electronics is now stocking TI’s BUF802 high-speed buffering operational amplifier. The device is designed to exponentially increase signal bandwidth in data acquisition systems, enabling manufacturers to scale front-end designs across multiple data-acquisition applications for a variety of test and measurement applications, including oscilloscopes, active probes and high-frequency data-acquisition systems.
The BUF802 is a high-input-impedance, open-loop, unity gain buffer amplifier with a JFET-input stage that supports frequency bandwidths up to 3.1GHz. Replacing ASIC-based design implementations, the BUF802 integrates features of discrete components in a single chip that increases bandwidth tenfold compared to FET-input amplifiers. This performance lets engineers leverage higher signal throughput with minimal input settling time, leading to faster throughput and improved accuracy in higher-frequency signal measurement.
For development, Mouser also stocks the BUF802RGTEVM evaluation module, which features two separate signal configurations: a composite loop with a precision amplifier and the standalone BUF802 buffer.