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common mode rejection ratio

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CMRR

The ability of an amplifier to amplify a signal in the presence of electrical noise. The higher the number, the better the amplification.
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Like the existing 1 kV safety-rated HVD310x probes, these new probes provide excellent performance by offering the best gain accuracy, widest differential voltage range, high offset range and exceptional common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR).
A high common-mode rejection ratio improves the distortion performance of an amplifier when used in a non-inverting feedback configuration, which is the standard topology for most power amps.
Part Two includes content on the main parameters and system analysis in RF circuit design, the fundamentals of differential pair and common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR), Balun, and system-on-a-chip (SOC).
New High Voltage Differential Probes Provide High Common-Mode Rejection Ratio Across a Wide Frequency Range
The Ampzilla 2000 uses two stages of differential voltage amplification, instead of a single stage, to enhance the common-mode rejection ratio.
In addition, high common-mode rejection ratio results in a small-signal processing accuracy 18 times better than what can be achieved with ordinary low voltage operational amplifiers, making them ideal for sensor signal amplification.
First device to combine wide common-mode range (-14 V to +80 V) and high common-mode rejection ratio (120 dB) with low offset voltage across multiple gain options.
The LMP8358's ground-sensing CMOS input provides a high common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of 120 dB.
A high common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of 86 dB (gain=5) effectively eliminates common-mode interference.
These devices provide a common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) and a power supply rejection ratio (PSRR) of 93 dB.
The CS3511 supports single-ended inputs or fully-differential inputs for improved common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) and operates from single 9 V or 12 V voltage supplies.
officially announced today that it has just introduced a family of multilayer 1:1 50 Ohm high common-mode rejection ratio baluns designed specifically to meet the performance requirements of modern A to D and D to A converters.