I have a 7 stage passive Chebyshev filter designed to attenuate signals outside of a ~1MHz bandwidth centered around 50MHz in order to protect a clock input from frequencies that are too high or low. After filtering out these signals I am aiming to force the input wave to a square wave saturated at the desired amplitude of the clock frequency.
I have done a good bit of testing of the filter schematic, but once I added the amplification my outputs became bizarre. Inside the range of about 49-50MHz the amplifier diminishes the input signal. Outside this band, it amplifies the signal but the amplification doesn't appear to be proportional to the gain of the circuit. I've attached the final stage of the filter + amplification stage and the plot of the Vin and Vout of the amp at 50MHz.
I've tried adjusting the slew, GWB, open loop gain, and double checking the rail limits but still can't come up with anything that's causing this.
Ignore K’s in the feedback resistors, they were for testing and forgot to remove, the output was independent of their magnitude