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Analog Devices' Instrumentation Amplifiers Offer Unmatched Accuracy and Bandwidth for Test, Control, and High-Speed Data Acquisition Systems

Analog Devices' Instrumentation Amplifiers Offer Unmatched Accuracy and Bandwidth for Test, Control, and High-Speed Data Acquisition Systems
Analog Devices Inc., a global leader in high-performance semiconductors for signal processing applications and market leader in amplifier ICs, today introduced two digitally-programmable instrumentation amplifiers (in-amps) that offer unmatched accuracy and bandwidth, plus the speed and precision needed for advanced industrial and instrumentation applications. These applications, which include test, control and high-speed data acquisition systems, require fast, accurate measurements and robust signal conditioning over large voltage ranges.
31st July 2006

TI Unveils Zero-Crossover, Rail-to-Rail Amplifier for High-Performance, Single-Supply Applications

TI Unveils Zero-Crossover, Rail-to-Rail Amplifier for High-Performance, Single-Supply Applications
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) (NYSE: TXN) today introduced a precision operational amplifier that utilizes an innovative zero-crossover, single-input stage architecture to achieve glitchless rail-to-rail performance. Featuring ultra-low distortion of 0.0006% THD+N, low noise of 4.5nV/rtHz and gain bandwidth of 50MHz, the OPA365 is ideal for a wide variety of single-supply applications found in portable instrumentation, data acquisition, test and measurement, audio and portable medical systems.
25th July 2006

Website for analogue semiconductor samples launched by Anglia and Microchip

Anglia and Microchip have announced the launch of the Analog2go.com Website, which allows customers to rapidly find and source samples from Microchip’s extensive range of analogue semiconductor products. The samples will be supplied from Anglia’s stock in its UK warehouse.
3rd July 2006


Variable-gain amplifier claims to deliver the highest gain and bandwidth

Variable-gain amplifier claims to deliver the highest gain and bandwidth
Analog Devices has introduced a dc-coupled VGA (variable-gain amplifier) that delivers the industry's highest gain and bandwidth. The AD8336 is also the only VGA that supports an extended industrial temperature range of -55 degrees C to 125 degrees C and a wide power supply range from +/-3 V to +/-12 V - the voltage range used in industrial and instrumentation applications such as industrial process control, high-performance automatic-gain control, industrial video systems, transducer and display drivers, and radar receivers.
22nd June 2006

Intersil launches family of 3.3V ESD-protected (3kV), low-power RF gain blocks for satellite TV and ISM bands

Intersil launches family of 3.3V ESD-protected (3kV), low-power RF gain blocks for satellite TV and ISM bands
Intersil Corporation (NASDAQ: ISIL), a world leader in the design and manufacture of high-performance analogue solutions, today introduced six new RF amplifiers in its ISL550xx family for use in satellite receivers and ISM (industry, scientific and medical) band applications. The amplifiers have integrated ESD (electrostatic discharge) protection up to 3kV human body model, and are available in multiple impedance options to eliminate the need for costly matching networks.
6th June 2006

Triple-channel video analogue front end IC

Triple-channel video analogue front end IC
A triple-channel, video analogue front end IC from Intersil provides what is said to be the industry¹s highest speeds along with continuously controlled offset voltages, so designers do not have to calibrate offset error out of their system on an AFE-by-AFE basis. The device¹s digital phase locked loop includes headswitching support, enabling high-performance images even under the worst-case scenario of digitising inputs from a high-definition digital VCR playing back a standard VHS tape.
23rd May 2006

Low distortion audio/data switches for portable applications

Intersil’s ISL54400, ISL54401 and ISL54402 are said to be the first commercially available audio/data switches in the industry to provide both low-distortion audio and USB switching capabilities. Combining data and audio switches eliminates either the USB or headphone connector in devices such as portable MP3 players and camera phones, providing cost savings. Also, automatic USB cable detection and the integration of external components associated with the USB data rate negotiation function results in further cost and space savings.
26th April 2006

High performance DACs are “drop-in” replacements for industry standard parts

High performance DACs are “drop-in” replacements for industry standard parts
Focus EDL has announced a high accuracy quad 12-bit DAC that will interest designers looking for a low cost “drop-in” replacement for industry standard parts from several leading manufacturers.
19th April 2006

Tiny in-amp boosts system-level performance and saves space

Tiny in-amp boosts system-level performance and saves space
What is said to be the industry’s first dual-channel in-amp available in a tiny 16-lead 4 mm x 4 mm chip scale package has been announced by Analog Devices. The new device is also said to be the first to provide complete performance specifications for differential operation.
13th March 2006

Tiny 16-bit Quad DAC

Analog Devices has announced what is believed to be the industry’s first 16-bit quad DAC (digital-to-analog converter) in a compact 3 mm x 3 mm, 10-lead LFCSP (lead frame chip scale package) – a development that will free up to 70% more board space.
27th February 2006


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