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Single-IC gain block that provides accurate gains from ¼ to 6

Many applications require a gain block, either to amplify a weak signal or to attenuate a large one to match the full-scale input range of an ADC. Unfortunately, typical gain blocks use discrete amplifiers and external resistors, which brings disadvantages, such as low accuracy and drift limitations.

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