I am using one op-amp of LM358 IC as a non inverting amplifier (Vcc-5V). Its input is from an IR proximity sensor. IR emitter used is SFH4350 and photodiode used is TEFT4300 also operating at 5V. I am pulsing my emitter at 15KHz using the second op-amp of LM358 IC as oscillator. Thus I also have to add a HPF (fc-11.5khz) at the input of amplifier part. I am feeding the output output of amplifier to an ADC which is reading values only up till 0 to 3.3V max. I am aware that LM358 is not a rail-to-rail op-amp, but I want my output voltage range to reach near 5V (+/- 0.5V). Is there some way out through which I could achieve the desired output voltage using the LM358 or some other IC but of the same price range?
Thank you all for your answers. I did a little research of my own and found the LMV358 which I think will do the job just fine. LMV358 is a Dual Low-Voltage Rail-to-Rail Output Operational Amplifier available at even a lower price than LM358.