I have a differential signal up to 1.5 MHz and have to transform it to a single ended signal.
I have found this amplifier which has a BW of 2.2 MHz and should therefore be okay for this task.
The manufacturer also offers a simulation program, where I've tested this where \$R_f = R_g \$ and \$R_1 = R_2\$.
The input signals are 500mV pp and have a common voltage of 1V. Is this the right way of transforming a differential signal to a single-ended one?