[sdiy] Outputs grounded! Re: SSI2164 datasheet updated
mr at analogue.org
Fri Aug 17 14:27:17 CEST 2018
On Fri, 17 Aug 2018 at 02:02, KD KD <pic24hj at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2018-08-12 11:37 GMT+02:00, Mattias Rickardsson <mr at analogue.org>:
> >The same applies to the "Figure 7: Ultra-Low Noise VCA"
> > example in the v3.0 datasheet, where all four inputs are tied together
> > after a common input resistor and compensation network.
> I guess you get equal input bias and saves resistors.
I guess so too - but *why* do I get four equal currents?
>And also many VCF schematics I've seen through the years, where the
> >control currents of OTAs are generated as one common current, and then
> >divided by connecting it to all OTAs with their control current inputs
> The attempt is to distribute even currents, current split to each OTA
> to sink rater to introduce a resistor % in uneven current for each.
> What you get is a better performing VCF.
Yes, but *why* do I get the current split in two equal halves? :-)
> > When a (virtual ground) VCA input is grounded, how can you know it
> > get a substantial DC signal current due to imperfections?
> Measure it! According to Roman the cell is perfectly ballanced.
> > When many VCA inputs (or OTA control ports) are tied together,
> > how can you know they get the same (current) signal?
> You can measure it
Measuring one unit doesn't prove how every unit behaves. :-)
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