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For a VFB op amp, the inverting and non-inverting input current noise are typically equal, and almost always uncorrelated. 5pA/√Hz to 5pA/√Hz. The input current noise of a bipolar input stage is increased when input bias-current cancellation generators are added, because their current noise is not correlated, and therefore adds (in an RSS manner) to the intrinsic current noise of the bipolar stage. The input voltage noise in CFB op amps tends to be lower than for VFB op amps having the same approximate bandwidth.
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Though the network’s presence does not by any means make devices like the AD847 or AD817 unusable for video, it does not permit the very lowest levels of distortion and differential gain and phase which are achievable with otherwise comparable amplifiers (for example, the AD818 which is an AD817 without the internal compensating network). While the individual techniques for countering cap loading outlined above have various specific tradeoffs as noted, all of the techniques have a common drawback of reducing speed (both bandwidth and slew rate).
Amos 4.0 Users Guide by James Arbuckle