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Old 7th October 2008, 10:32 PM   #1
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Default Discrete I/V converter


I'm reasonably new here so please be gentle .

The target of this was to design a discrete I/V converter with low distortion for use with AD1955 DACs. The THD figures being reported seem unrealistically optimistic - 0.000004% at 1KHz.

Could some people look over the circuit in the attachment and offer some criticism and opinions.

Sorry if this is in the wrong section - I was going to put it in the digital section, but I thought there would be more people in here with discrete designexperience.

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