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The PCMF series offers a typical Common Mode rejection of more than 12 dB in the band between 300 MHz and 8 GHz.
Dual-Channel Bi-directional for Full-Duplex Communications -- Data Rate from DC to 25 MBd -- Low Profile (< 2 mm) SO-8 Package -- CMOS Input and Output -- 10ns Maximum Pulse Width Distortion -- 40ns Maximum Propagation Delay -- 20kV/us Minimum Common Mode Rejection (CMR) at VCM = 1000 V -- UL 1577 Compliant with VISO = 3,750 VRMS per Minute -- IEC/EN/DIN EN 60747-5-5 Compliant with VIORM = 567 VPEAK and Reinforced Insulation
Other remarkable characteristics are the common mode rejection ratio (CMRR) of typical 130dB and the gain bandwidth product (GBP) of 240 KHz.
With high Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR), high Power Supply Rejection Ratio (PSRR), unity-gain stable and rail-to-rail out, the new MCP6H7X/8X/9X op amps are ideal for applications that operate in noisy environments, such as current sensing and power supplies for the automotive and industrial markets.
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The coaxial single-ended output can detect up to 64 GBaud polarization diversity x-QAM signals featuring highly reliable results for common mode rejection ratio, linearity and optical input power.
New Devices Provide High Common Mode Rejection and Short Propagation Delays for Robust and Efficient Operation; Extend Performance of Market's Broadest Optocoupler Portfolio
The accelerometer features a signal-conditioned, DC-coupled output and can be configured in single-ended mode or in differential mode for higher performance applications, where good common mode rejection is desirable.