Mixed Signal/Analog

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Modelling for analogue and mixed-signal verification

Modelling for analogue and mixed-signal verification
In the semiconductor industry, increase in system complexity and level of integration is driven by technology scaling. As process nodes shrink, system designers can fit more analogue and digital circuits onto the same die, to the point where the entire system is implemented within a single integrated circuit, commonly referred to as System on Chip (SoC).
11th January 2017

ON expands scope of analogue functionality

ON Semiconductor has announced a collaboration with Hexius Semiconductor to qualify several of their analogue IP blocks in its ONC18 0.18 µm CMOS process. This enables ON Semiconductor to better serve its customers with proven analogue IP that can ultimately reduce design cycles and time-to-market. The eight initial designs resulting from this collaboration include a variety of analogue-to-digital converters, digital-to-analogue converters, voltage references and current references.
10th January 2017

Nano-power op amp enables longer battery life

Nano-power op amp enables longer battery life
With its 1.2x1.3mm outline and typical current of 900nA, the TSU111 nano-power op amp from STMicroelectronics helps cut the size and energy needs of analogue circuits to the bare minimum in medical monitors, wearable electronics, gas detectors, pH sensors, infrared motion sensors and payment tags.
12th December 2016


Analogue process suited for low noise sensing applications

The availability of ams' High Performance Analogue Low Noise CMOS process (A30) has been announced. The A30 process is realised as an optical shrink by a factor of 0.9 from ams’ advanced 0.35μm High-Voltage CMOS process family.
6th December 2016

Digitisers enable capture and analysis of electronic signals

Digitisers enable capture and analysis of electronic signals
The line of PXIe-based (PXI Express) high-speed digitisers from Spectrum has expanded with nine cards. The M4x.22xx series includes modules that offer one, two or four fully synchronous channels. Each channel is equipped with its own Analogue-to-Digital Converter (ADC), with real-time signal sampling at rates from 1.25-5GS/s.
2nd December 2016

Asynchronous state machine offered in GreenPAKs

Asynchronous state machine offered in GreenPAKs
Three new 14-pin and three new 22-pin 2.0x2.2mm GreenPAK Programmable Mixed-signal Matrix ICs have been announced to further expand Silego’s platform of Configurable Mixed-signal ICs (CMICs). The six feature-rich CMIC devices are designed to implement many system functions, such as system reset, power sequencing, voltage monitoring, and more, with minimal space and power overhead.
15th November 2016

Flexibility offered in programmable mixed-signal IC architecture

Flexibility offered in programmable mixed-signal IC architecture
Further expanding the GreenPAK (GPAK) family of Programmable Mixed-signal ICs, Silego Technology has announced the SLG46125. This newest GPAK can serve as an ultra-small power management IC which contains a rich set of features, including voltage monitoring, power sequencing, reset and power switches that are configurable in settings and interconnect.
15th November 2016

Heading back to the Future with DAB+/FM radio

Heading back to the Future with DAB+/FM radio
The newest BMR from Tectonic Elements’ has been selected to provide the loudspeaker solution for the Touring/S portable DAB+/FM radio and Bluetooth speaker by Geneva Labs. The 52mm TEBM35C10-4 features a small form-factor combined with room filling sound that is suitable for this elegant retro-design product.
7th November 2016

K-band DAC achieves signal generation up to 26.5GHz

K-band DAC achieves signal generation up to 26.5GHz
A 6GSps Digital-to-Analogue Converter (DAC) has been announced by e2v. The EV12DS460 can achieve clean signal generation up to 26.5GHz. The EV12DS460 from e2v performs signal generation directly in the K-band frequency (18-27GHz), removing the need for signal up-conversion and the costly mixers that perform this task.
3rd November 2016

Multiturn encoder for Linear and Rotary applications

Multiturn encoder for Linear and Rotary applications
iC-PVL, a configurable Hall multiturn encoder, is a battery-buffered, economical, and space saving replacement for mechanically geared multiturn encoders. Its low current consumption (<10μA) allows the battery to last several years. A flat QFN package is used, which is only 4x4 mm², and includes integrated Hall sensors. This allows the iC-PVL to read magnetic linear scales or tapes, or discs or magnet wheels with pole widths of 1.0 to 5.0 mm.
26th October 2016


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