The AD8132 is a low-cost differential or single-ended input to differential output amplifier with resistor-settable gain. The AD8132 is a major advancement over op amps for driving differential input ADCs or for driving signals over long lines. The AD8132 has a unique internal feedback feature that provides output gain and phase matching balanced to 68 dB at 10 MHz, suppressing harmonics, and reducing radiated EMI. Manufactured on ADI's next generation of XFCB bipolar process, the AD8132 has a 3 dB bandwidth of 350 MHz and delivers a differential signal with 99 dBc SFDR at 5 MHz, despite its low cost. The AD8132 eliminates the need for a transformer with high-performance ADCs, preserving the low frequency and dc information. The common-mode level of the differential output is adjustable by applying a voltage on the VOCM pin, easily level-shifting the input signals for driving single supply ADCs. Fast overload recovery preserves sampling accuracy.