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THey have different power supply schemes and the output circuitry is different. Is the answer 60? The CD parts that are for sale these days always have a U after the number, that is CDU and this is important. Here is a link that explains the difference: A classic application for an unbuffered part is when it is used as a clock oscillator.
In this case the shorter propagation delay through the part, and slightly less complex transfer function means it oscillates at higher frequency and more reliably. BrownOut Banned Aug 13, That app note was a great read! Keep linking good, informative sources. Hero Banned Aug 14, The CD is not recommended by Texas Instruments.
The CD is recommended instead if it has a single supply voltage. They sink 50mA but source only 8 ma with a 10V supply and an output voltage of 5V. If they are used as a linear amplifier then they self-bias at an output voltage too low and with low gain.
They also might melt. These and the CD are logic inverters that are always Un-Buffered. The CD has symmetrical source and sink currents but not as high as 50mA. It works well as a linear amplifier. Here is a graph of the gain and frequency response of a CD or a 74C04 Cmos inverting datzsheet. Where did you get that graph from?
It’s not on the datasheet. It looks like I’ll have to order some CDs or 74C04s then. A Cmos inverter makes a pretty distorted output because its output compesses the signal near the rail voltages.
That shouldn’t be a problem at low gains, due to negative feedback. Not going to near either rail should also help. I made some fairly low distortion 0. It was fed the signal from a switched-capacitor lowpass filter IC and both were together in a feedback loop.