Analog Devices’ ADA4177 is introduced as the industry’s first and most robust operational amplifier to integrate input protection against signal excursions of 32V beyond the supply rails, and 70dB of rejection for electro-magnetic interference (EMI) above 1GHz.
Analog Devices has introduced an ultra low-power buck regulator that extends battery life in portable devices by achieving the industry’s highest ultra-light-load power conversion efficiency.
The first in a new series of high-voltage, low-noise, zero-drift, precision operational amplifiers that reduce system noise, cost, board space, and development time by providing on-chip electro-magnetic interference (EMI) filtering and eliminating the need for calibration circuitry – the dual-channel ADA4522-2 op amp has been unveiled by Analog Devices.
The Analog Devices ADG5208F and ADG5209F – 8:1 and dual 4:1 analog multiplexers offering over-voltage protection up to −55V and +55V.
The Analog Devices ADA4350 analog front end (AFE) with ADC driver is designed to interface directly with current-mode sensors. The device interfaces with sensors such as photodetectors and high output impedance voltage sensors, in voltage input applications that require the designer to select between very precise gain levels to maximize the dynamic range or whose output has a current proportional to the sensed parameter.
The Analog Devices EV-ADF5904SD2Z evaluation board is designed to enable designers to easily evaluate the performance of the ADF5904 4-channel, 24GHz receiver down-converter.
Analog Devices’ ADZS-SC584 and ADZS-SC589 evaluation systems are designed to help designers develop and test the ADSP-SC584 and ADSP-SC589 SHARC(r) processors.
Analog Devices (ADI) has announced new releases of its popular RF design tools, which now provide support for Hittite Microwave Corporation products from ADI.
Analog Devices’ ADG5404F fault-protection and detection 4-channel multiplexers. The devices consist of four single channels with fault protected inputs. The ADG5404F switches one of the four inputs to a common drain, D, as determined by the 2-bit binary address lines (A0 and A1).
Analog Devices’ ADA4610-1 precision JFET input single amplifiers are offering low input noise voltage, current noise, offset voltage, input bias current and rail-to-rail output.
The four-Channel, 24GHz ADF5904 receiver downconverter and the related evaluation board and controller board from Analog Devices is available in a compact 32-lead, 5mm × 5mm LFCSP package, the ADF5904 receiver downconverter is ideal for automotive radars, industrial radars and microwave radar sensors.
Analog Devices’ ADA4350 is an analog front end for photodetectors or other sensors whose output produces a current proportional to the sensed parameter or voltage input applications where the system requires the user to select between very precise gain levels to maximize the dynamic range.
Analog Devices’ AD9684 14-Bit 500MSPS LVDS dual analog-to-digital converters (ADCs). The devices feature an on-chip buffer and a sample-and-hold circuit designed for low power, small size, and ease-of-use.
The Analog Devices AD9152, a dual, 16-Bit TxDAC+ digital-to-analog converter (DAC) with a maximum sample rate of 2.25GSPS permits a multicarrier generation up to the Nyquist frequency.
The Analog Devices AD8229 ultra low-noise instrumentation amplifier is designed for measuring small signals in the presence of large common-mode voltages and high temperatures. The AD8229 is designed for high-temperature operation. The process is dielectrically isolated to avoid leakage currents at high temperatures.
Analog Devices’ EVAL-AD5161DBZ daughter board is designed to evaluate the AD5161 256-position SPI-/I²C-selectable digital potentiometer.
Analog Devices (ADI) has introduced eight new SHARC processors as part of its latest high-performance, power-efficient, real-time series that delivers peak performance greater than 24 giga-floating-point operations per second using two enhanced SHARC+ cores and advanced DSP accelerators (FFT, FIR, IIR).
The Analog Devices ADM1293 and ADM1294 digital power monitors with PMBus Interface, the high-accuracy, integrated digital power monitors provide digital current, voltage, and power monitoring using an on-chip, 12-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC), communicated through a PMBus-compliant I2C interface.