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12 The highest speed transimpedance amplifiers are often simple circuits made with heavily reverse-biased, specially selected low capacitance photodiodes and high GBW discrete semiconductors. heavily reverse biased chip-photodiode connected to an Rf = 20 k transimpedance amplifier. The first two transistors in common-collector, common-emitter connections provide the gain, with overall shunt feedback. The last transistor is just an emitter follower to drive the output load. Such circuits are useful up to a few hundred megahertz bandwidth.

In every case the board should be shaken or blown clean of excess water and allowed to dry thoroughly in warm air before use. Hair dryers and airing cupboards are key equipment here! Failure to remove these residues can lead to very strange behavior of detector circuits. 4 Big Problem 1: Bandwidth Limitation Due to Photodiode Capacitance A significant problem with high-value load resistors is their very sluggish response to incident optical power changes. As Fig. 2 shows, the photodiode parasitic capacitance ( junction + packaging + wire connections), along with the amplifier input capacitance, appear in parallel with the load resistor.

In the figure, 20 · log(4 MHz/20 Hz) = 106 dB, and the gain at any frequency f is approximately GBW/f. 4) This approximate expression should not be relied on for exacting accuracy, but it is useful for this situation. Typically the limiting frequency will be about onehalf the value calculated from Eq. 4). com) Copyright © 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies. All rights reserved. Any use is subject to the Terms of Use as given at the website. 7 The gain of a conventionally compensated opamp is an inverse function of frequency.

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