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Old 18th May 2018, 04:07 PM   #2101
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Nice piece of work. Happy for you.

What is U2 at the back of the PCB ?


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Old 18th May 2018, 04:13 PM   #2102
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All the greeting & thanks goes to you !
This is an opamp, actually the servo which I am taking about. TL074, standard stuff.
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Old 9th July 2018, 10:31 AM   #2103
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Default Input impedance of cascoded bf862

Hi!

I am thinking about building a Sen I/V for my buffalo 3 dac using bf862 cascoded with j111 as shown previously in this thread (since I have these transistors already.)

In deciding how many jfet-pairs to use, I have been trying to understand how/if the cascode affects the input impedance of the I/V. Is the impedance of one "pair" the sum of the inverse transconductances of the upper bf862 and j111?

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Old Today, 12:02 PM   #2104
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In deciding how many jfet-pairs to use, I have been trying to understand how/if the cascode affects the input impedance of the I/V. Is the impedance of one "pair" the sum of the inverse transconductances of the upper bf862 and j111?
So after thinking about it I guess this was a quite stupid question.

I'm planning to build a sen as in the attached schematic, but am uncertain about where to use gate stoppers. The "upper" bf862:s will get some, but should there bee stoppers on the lower ones/on the cascodes as well? My google skills fail me, and I have no proper education in electronics (learning by magic smoke as I go along...)
If there is no advice regarding this, I'll just include pads for resistors and jumper them so that I can insert resistors if needed.

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Old Today, 05:32 PM   #2105
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I always use gate stoppers.


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