Single Port, High Output Current VDSL2 Line Driver with Power Control
- WIDEBAND +12V OPERATION:
420MHz (G = +5V/V)
- HIGH OUTPUT CURRENT: 700mA
- OUTPUT VOLTAGE SWING: 9.4VPP into 10 Single-Ended Load
- HIGH DIFFERENTIAL SLEW RATE: 5000V/µs
- LOW SUPPLY CURRENT: 30.5mA
- FLEXIBLE POWER CONTROL
- POWER LINE MODEM
- xDSL LINE DRIVERS
- CABLE MODEM DRIVERS
- BROADBAND VIDEO LINE DRIVERS
- ARB LINE DRIVERS
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The OPA2670 provides the high output current and low distortion required in emerging xDSL and Power Line Modem driver applications. Operating on a single +12V supply, the OPA2670 consumes a low 30.5mA quiescent current to deliver a very high 700mA output current. This output current supports even the most demanding xDSL requirements with greater than 450mA minimum output current (+25°C minimum value) with low harmonic distortion. Differential driver applications deliver less than –71dBc distortion at the peak upstream power levels of full-rate ADSL. The high 320MHz bandwidth also supports the most demanding VDSL2 line driver requirements.
Power control features are included to allow system power to be minimized.