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Communication Systems

by: Jeffery Fritsch I

Communication Systems EEL 3514

Jeffery Fritsch I
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This 7 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jeffery Fritsch I on Monday October 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EEL 3514 at Florida International University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 35 views. For similar materials see /class/221835/eel-3514-florida-international-university in Electrical Engineering at Florida International University.

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Date Created: 10/12/15
Nutio n at Semiconductor LM741 Operational Amplifier General Description The LM741 series are general purpose operational amplifi ers which feature improved performance over industiy stan dards like the LM709 They are direct plugin replacements forthe 709C LM201 MC1439 and 748 in most applications The amplifiers offer many features which make their appli cation nearly foolproof overload protection on the input and August 2000 output no latchup when the common mode range is ex c e ed as well as freedom from oscillations The LM741C is identical to the LM741LM741A except that the LM741C hastheirperTormance guaranteed overa 0 C to 70 C temperature range instead of 55 C to 125 C Features Connection Diagrams Metal Can Package OFFSET NULL lNVERTlNG INPUT 0 e NONTNVERTING lNPUT OUTPUT 9 orrsn NULL 9 0 V 00934102 Note 1 LM741H IS available per JM3851010101 Order Number LM741H LM741H883 Note 1 LM741AHI883 or LM741CH See NS Package Number H08C Ceramic Flatpak 1 NCI2 O 0FFSET NULL I UTE 3 INPUTI LM741W TNPUTI5 6I OUTPUT Val LOFFSET NULL 00934106 Order Number LM741WI883 See NS Package Number W10A Typical Application DuallnLine or 80 Package J OFFSET NULL l 8 NC INVERTTNG INPUT 2 7 V NONINVERTING 3 6 0UTPLT INPUT T A 5 0FFSET NULL 0093410 Order Number LM741J LM741JI883 LM741CN See NS Package Number J08A M08A or NOSE Offset Nulling Circuit p OUTPUT T V 00934107 2004 National Semiconductor Corporation D5009341 wwwnalionalcom Jaunde muonmado Luw39l LM741 Absolute Maximum Ratings Note 2 If MilitaryAerospace specified devices are required please contact the National Semiconductor Sales Office Distributors for availability and specifications Note 7 Supply Voltage Power Dissipation Note 3 Differential Input Voltage Input Voltage Note 4 Output Short Circuit Duration Operating Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Junction Temperature Soldering Information NPackage 10 seconds J or HPackage 10 seconds MPackage Vapor Phase 60 seconds Infrared 15 seconds LM741A 22V 500 mW 30V 15V Continuous 55quotC to 125 C 65quotC to 150 C 150 C 260 C 300 C 215 C 215 C LM741 22V 500 mW 30V 15V Continuous 55quotC to 125 C 65quotC to 150 C 150quotC 260 C 300 C 215 C 215 C LM741 C 18V 500 mW 30V 15V Continuous 0 C to 70quotC 65quotC to 150 C 100quotC 260 C 300 C 215quotC 215quotC See AN450 Surface Mounting Methods and Their Effect on Product Reliability for other methods of soldering surface mount devices ESD Tolerance Note 8 400V 400V 400V Electrical Characteristics Note 5 Parameter Conditions LM741A LM741 LM741C Units Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Input Offset Voltage TA 25 C RS S 10 k9 10 50 20 60 mV RS S 509 08 30 mV TAMIN 3 TA 5 TAMAX RS 509 40 mV RS S 10 k9 60 75 mV Average Input Offset 15 uV C Voltage Drift Input Offset Voltage TA 25C VS 20V 10 15 15 mV Adjustment Range Input Offset Current TA 25 C 30 30 20 200 20 200 nA TAMIN TA TAMAX 70 85 500 300 nA Average Input Offset 05 nA C Current Drift Input Bias Current TA 25 C 30 80 80 500 80 500 nA TAMIN TA TAMAX 0210 15 08 uA Input Resistance TA 25C VS 20V 10 60 03 20 03 20 MO TAMIN TA TAMAX 05 Mo vS 2ov Input Voltage Range TA 25 C 12 13 V TAMINiTASTAMAX 12 13 V wwwnaiionacom Electrical Characteristics Note 5 Continued Parameter Conditions LM741A LM741 LM741C Units Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Min Typ Max Large Signal Voltage Gain TA 25 C RL 2 2 k9 vS 2ov v0 15V 50 VmV VS 15V V0 i10V 50 200 20 200 VmV TAMIN 3 TA 3 TAM xi RL 2 2 k9 vS 2ov v0 15v 32 VmV vS 15v v0 1ov 25 15 VmV vS 5v v0 2v 1o VmV Output Voltage Swing VS 20V RL 2 10 kg 16 v RL 2 2 kg 15 v vS 15v RL21OKQ 12 14 12 14 V RL22KQ 10 13 10 13 V Output Short Circuit TA 25 C 10 25 35 25 25 mA Current TAMIN S TA S TAMAX 10 40 mA CommonMode TAMIN S TA S TAMAX Rejection Ratio RS S 10 k9 VCM 12V 70 90 70 90 dB RS 509 vCM 12V 80 95 dB Supply Voltage Rejection TAMIN S TA S TAMAX Ratio VS 20V to V8 15V RS S 500 86 96 dB RS S 10 k9 77 96 77 96 dB Transient Response TA 25 C Unity Gain Rise Time 025 08 03 03 us Overshoot 60 20 5 5 o Bandwidth Note 6 TA 25 C 0437 15 MHZ Slew Rate TA 25 C Unity Gain 03 07 05 05 Vus Supply Current TA 25 C 17 28 17 28 mA Power Consumption TA 25 C VS i20V 80 150 mW VS i15V 50 85 50 85 mW LM741A vS 2ov TA TAMIN 165 mW TA TAMAX 135 mW LM741 vS 15v TA TAMIN 60 100 mW TA TAMAX 45 75 mW 39 hmquot h rt 4 g k 4 u OperatingD 39mquot 4 4 39 Which the device IS Note 2 quotW n iunclional but do not guarantee speci c periormance IlmlIS 3 wwwnaiionacom LVLIN39I LM741 Electrical Characteristics Note 5 Continued Note 3 For operatlon at elevated temperatures these devlces must be derated based on thermal reslstance and TJ max Ilsted under Absolute Maxlmum Ratlngsquot Tl TA 91A PD Thermal Resistance Cerdip J DIP N H08 H 8023 M eIA Junction to Ambient 100quotCW l100quotCW170quotCW 195 Cw elc Junction to Case WA WA 25 Cw WA Note 4 For supply voltages less than 115V the absolute maxlmum Input voltage ts equal to the supply voltage Note 5 Unless otherWIse specltled these specltlcatlons apply tor VS 115V 755 C TA 125 C LM741LM741A For the LM741CLM741E these specltlcatlons are lmlted to 0 C TA 70 C Note 6 Calculated value trom BW MHZ OSSRlse Tlmeps Note 7 For mlltary specltlcatlons see RETS741X tor LM741 and RETS741AX tor LM741A Note 8 Human body model 1 5 k9 ln serles WIth 100 pF Schematic Diagram 1 Vi 09 OHM Q14 NONINVERHNG 5 m 2 INVERTING 8 R5 INPUT INPUT 59K R7 4t5llt ct 30 pt R3 R9 75K 25 I 015 OUTPUT k R10 50 0 etc 011 022 020 OFFSET NULL 5 OFFSET NULL R4 1 R12 1 R11 5K lt 50K 50 4 oogaAtot wwwnationalcom 4 Physical Dimensions inches millimeters unless otherwise noted 1 0350 D370 H3909398 DIA 0315 0335 100170500 BIA MAX 0025 0105701 5 m Egggymn 019174000 39 i V v REFERENCE PLANE r I T 0035 755mm PLANE 0015 DJJ4I 033171016 0 500 0009 0 u 0 J L i 39m o m DIA TVP 10405 70403 LIES 0205 DIA 010 4353 5207 RC 12540 quotP 39 002970045 07374143 00204034 0711 0004 lt 45 EDUALLV SPAEED 0115 145 2021 3003 DIA HUSCIREV E Metal Can Package H Order Number LM741H LM741HI883 LM741AH883 LM741AHMIL or LM741CH NS Package Number HOSC wwwna039onacom LVLIN39I LM741 Physical Dimensions inches millimeters unless otherwise noted Continued Ti 0400 MAX 4T 120010 TYF I R0025 TYF 0290 LAss 0320 I I I 39 1 0020 0200 MAX 0050 L i zo zo o w we gt gt z l o is Em c A 90 t 4 TYP 95 5 TYF quot 0310 39 0055 MAX gt 0410 50111 ENDS Noam 001000003 TYF 0012 0100t0010 TYP 100110113110 Ceramic DuallnLine Package J Order Number LM741JI883 NS Package Number J08A 03100 000 19017071015 39 12105 0002 I a 7 m m 12337 39 F 39 0500 005 PIN 1101 IDENT 151510127 001mm 0200 n 171121M39 39 0000 t a MAX 030070320 I mi UV 1162 1201 1quot 95 15 125 0065 00 0015 mm 11551 0 220703011 m 0 m 0040 quotUM 201010 003 39 0015 lt a e 39m 01000010 5570301 39 1251010st 004510 015 1110303011 60 11510 0050 NasEmEvF 1270 DuallnLine Package N Order Number LM741CN NS Package Number NOSE wwwnaiionalcom Physical Dimensions inches millimeters unless otherwise noted Continued 1030 0170 MAX39gt 0055 005010005 gtl I lt 0005 MIN TYP 0035 TYI I I 0026 10 6 TYP 0570 0250 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instructions for use provided in the labeling can be reasonably expected to result in a significant injury to the user 2 A critical component is any component of a life support device or system whose failure to perform can be reasonably expected to cause the failure of the life support device or system or to affect its safety or effectiveness BANNED SUBSTANCE COMPLIANCE National Semiconductor certifies that the products and packing materials meet the provisions of the Customer Products Stewardship Specification CSP9111CZ and the Banned Substances and Materials of Interest Specification CSP91 1 182 and contain no Banned Substances as defined in CSP9111SZ National Semiconductor National Semiconductor Asia Paciiic Customer Japan ustomer Support Center Support Center Fax 81737563977507 Email ap supponrlso com Email ipn Ieedbacknsccom Tel 81737563977560 National Semiconductor National Semiconductor Americas Customer Europe Customer Support Center Support Center 4 Email new Ieedbackrlsc com 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