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The CA3080 was the first commercially available operational transconductance amplifier (OTA), produced by RCA in 1969 and discontinued by Intersil in 2005.
The CA3280 is a discontinued dual OTA with better specs than CA3080 and LM13x00.
- ^ Wikipedia:Operational transconductance amplifier
- ^ 555 and other "suposedly" obsolete IC's! , EEVBlog forum, Sep 2015
- ^ Aaron's Synth DIY Datasheet and Ap Note Collection, (Archive.org)
- ^ ca3080 vs lm3080, Mod Wiggler Forum, Apr 2012
- Newnes Linear IC Pocket Book by R.M. Marston, Newnes, 1999, ISBN 0750641932, p. 116
- Making Music with the 3080 OTA by Thomas Henry, 2003
- Ten 3080 Circuits by Tim Orr, ETI, Apr 1979
- CA3080, CA3080A Datasheet
- Operational Transconductance Amplifiers by Achim Gratz
- Last of the OTA's by Don Tillman 10 June 2005
- A Short Discussion of the Operational Transconductance Amplifier (OTA) by Eugene M. Zumchak, February 1999