Deliver precision with zero crossover distortion, delivering a maximum offset voltage of 150 uV, high common mode rejection rate of 114 dB and rail-to-rail input/output to drive low-power, successive approximation (SAR) analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), such as TI's ADS8319, ADS8327 and ADS7279, up to 1 MSPS.
What does CMR stand for?
CMR stands for Common Mode Rejection
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Other remarkable characteristics are the common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of typical 130dB and the gain bandwidth product (GBP) of 240 KHz.
Amplifiers can have good common mode rejection at their inputs, or possibly even have common-mode gain.
7V to 5V and a common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of 85dB.
New Devices Provide High Common Mode Rejection and Short Propagation Delays for Robust and Efficient Operation; Extend Performance of Market's Broadest Optocoupler Portfolio SAN JOSE, Calif.
These tests were conducted over several sample rates and included: noise and offset, impulse response amplitude and phase accuracy, full scale harmonic distortion, signal level distortion, common mode rejection and gain accuracy.
With high common mode rejection ratio characteristics (77dB to 86 dB minimum, depending on performance grade), the low-cost AD629 does this effectively, making it well suited for applications such as high-side current sensing, isolation, input protection, battery voltage monitoring, motor control and power-supply current monitoring.
Topics to be covered in this presentation will include but are not limited to * ECG System Overview * ECG Measurement * Common Mode Rejection * Respiration Monitoring * Pace Pulse Detection Who Should Attend Engineers and students new to the field, as well as those more experienced engineers involved in ECG and patient monitor design will find this webcast very useful.