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This circuit remains stable while driving unlimited capacitive video loads. As a result, flash A/D converter inputs, long-distance coaxial cables, and other larger or varying capacitive loads can be driven without output oscillation or ringing. Here, a MAX404 is connected as aback-terminated 50- or 75-Ω coax cable drive in a noninverting gain of 2,. Gain at the cable end is 1.