50Ohm driver

Posted on Dec 1, 2012

To buffer a test generator to the outside world requires an amplifier with sufficient bandwidth and power handling capability. The circuit is a very simple unity gain buffer. It has a fairly high input impedance, a 50 ohm output impedance, a wide bandwidth, and high slew rate. The circuit is simply two pairs of emitter followers. The base emitter voltages of Q1 and Q2 cancel out, and so do those of Q3 and Q4

50Ohm driver
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The preset is used to zero out any small dc offsets jdue to mismatching in the transistors.

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