The high slew rate reduces the effect of slew rate limiting and results in the large signal bandwidth of 440 MHz required for high resolution video graphic systems. Signal quality is maintained over a wide bandwidth with worst-case distortion of 40 dBc @ 250 MHz (G = +10, 1 V p-p). For applications with multitone signals, such as IF signal chains, the third order intercept (3IP) of 12 dBm is achieved at the same frequency. This distortion performance coupled with the current feedback architecture make the AD8009 a flexible component for a gain stage amplifier in IF/RF signal chains. The AD8009 is capable of delivering over 175 mA of load current and will drive four back terminated video loads while maintaining low differential gain and phase error of 0.02% and 0.04, respectively. The high drive capability is also reflected in the ability to deliver 10 dBm of output power @ 70 MHz with 38 dBc SFDR.