Analog Devices (Nasdaq: ADI) is a leading global high-performance analog technology company dedicated to solving the toughest engineering challenges. We enable our customers to interpret the world around us by intelligently bridging the physical and digital with unmatched technologies that sense, measure, power, connect and interpret. We create innovative solutions to solve design challenges in instrumentation, automation, communications, healthcare, automotive and numerous other industries. The company is a global leader in the design and manufacturing of analog, mixed signal, and DSP integrated circuits to help solve the toughest engineering challenges.
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Minimal voltage drop with SoH monitor
The LTC3337 from Analog Devices is a nanopower primary (non-rechargeable) cell State-of-Health (SoH) monitor with precision coulomb counter, designed to be placed in series with a primary battery with minimal associated series voltage drop.
Edge to cloud security with cryptographic controller
The ultra-low power MAXQ1065 cryptographic controller from Analog Devices features its proprietary ChipDNA physically unclonable functionality (PUF) technology.
Analog Devices completes acquisition of Maxim Integrated
Analog Devices has announced the completion of its previously announced acquisition of Maxim Integrated Products. The combination further strengthens ADI’s position as a high-performance analog semiconductor company with trailing 12-month revenue of over $9bn industry leading margins, and free cash flow of over $3bn on a pro forma basis. Based on trailing 12 months ending 31st July, 2021 for Analog Devices and trailing 12months en...
Increasing design flexibility with the PGIA
Hooman Hashemi, Product Applications Engineer, at Analog Devices (ADI), discusses a new variation of the classic instrumentation amplifier (PGIA).
The highs and lows of stable voltage sources
There are ways to maintain bias voltages in electrical systems over a wide range of source voltages, says Victor Khasiev, senior applications engineer at ADI
How advances in sensor and digital technology yield better patient care
A new approach using portable or wearable monitoring devices and point-of-care medical equipment promises to improve patient outcomes and reduce pressure on public healthcare facilities. Giuseppe Olivadoti, Marketing and Applications Director (Digital Healthcare).
Analog Devices wins Overdrive Award from General Motors
Analog Devices has been recognised as a GM Overdrive Award winner in General Motors’ 29th annual Supplier of the Year awards. Analog Devices was one of only 26 companies to be selected as an Overdrive winner in 2020.
Why you shouldn’t throw away your smart meters
You are a utility distribution grid operator faced with the challenge of managing millions of meters. You are planning to deploy advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) with new smart meters to enable automated meter readings, demand response programs, remote connect and disconnect, and improved outage management. By Vitaly Goltsberg, Energy Business Unit Director, Analog Devices
New 10Gbps iCoupler digital isolator launched
Analog Devices has introduced the first in a new series of iCoupler digital isolators that offers a total bandwidth of ten Gigabits per second. The ADN4624 digital isolator provides four channels at 2.5Gbps, allowing data to transfer seamlessly in the electrical domain and enabling new system architectures in digital health, instrumentation and smart industry.
ADI Chronous industrial Ethernet offerings expanded
Analog Devices has expanded its ADI Chronous Industrial Ethernet portfolio with solutions that bring long-reach Ethernet connectivity from the edge to the cloud and enable real-time configurability, lower energy consumption, and increased asset utilisation.
Collaboration to speed development of O-RAN solutions
Analog Devices and Keysight Technologies have announced a collaboration that accelerates network interoperability and compliance testing for Open RAN radio units (O-RUs). The companies are collaborating to create a robust test bench to verify the interoperability of a new O-RU that includes ADI’s low-PHY baseband, software defined transceiver, power and clock integrated with an Intel FPGA.
Variation of the Classic PGIA offers design flexibility
As useful and versatile as instrumentation amplifiers (IAs) are when it comes to interfacing to a transducer, there are constraints that hamper the design of variable gain IAs or programmable gain instrumentation amplifiers (PGIAs), also referred to as software programmable gain amplifiers (SPGAs) in some literature. By Hooman Hashemi, Product Applications Engineer, Analog Devices
Analog Devices at ACHEMA Pulse 2021
Analog Devices (ADI) has announced details of its participation in ACHEMA Pulse, the online format adopted by the event for the process industries, following deferment of the next physical event to April 2022.
BMS portfolio to enable continuous battery monitoring
Analog Devices has announced its expanded portfolio of battery management system (BMS) products including ASIL-D functional safety and innovative new low-power features to enable continuous battery monitoring.
High speed DAQ Module enables smaller solution footprint
Analog Devices, Inc (ADI) has introduced a 16-bit, 15 MSPS data acquisition mModule solution for digitising fast transient signals in power analysis applications, and enabling low latency digital control loop in Hardware in the Loop (HiL) applications or source measurement unit applications.
ADI advances climate strategy and commits to net zero emissions by 2050
Analog Devices has announced new commitments that advance the Company’s climate strategy, including pledging to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 and net zero emissions by 2050. As part of the Company’s roadmap towards net zero, ADI signed the United Nations’ Business Ambition for 1.5°C pledge and has committed to setting targets to be verified by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi).
The future of 5G: disruptions, opportunities and a look ahead
The communications industry is changing rapidly in all directions. Disruption in the 5G ecosystem, lower barriers to participation, and new technologies all require novel approaches. Several leaders from the 5G ecosystem recently gathered to explore the challenges, opportunities, and industry dynamics created by network disaggregation; answer some of the big questions around designing and building disruptive network architectures; and discuss bus...
Consortium to advance knowledge of oceans and climate change
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and Analog Devices have launched the Ocean and Climate Innovation Accelerator (OCIA) consortium. ADI has committed $3m over three years towards the consortium which will focus on advancing knowledge of the ocean’s critical role in combating climate change as well as developing new solutions at the intersection of oceans and climate.
Using a tilt sensor to design a spirit level for the visually impaired
Analog Devices (ADI) has designed a spirit level for the visually impaired. It uses an ADXL312 accelerometer to measure gravitational force in the horizontal and vertical planes and sounds a buzzer when the accelerometer is exactly horizontal or vertical. It can also be used as a tilt sensor to level trailers in automotive applications for example. It can also be used as a subcircuit in automotive stability systems or drones. Simon Bramble, Staff...
Duo collab to provide electronic beam forming technology
Analog Devices has announced a collaboration with MDA to deliver the Beam Forming Integrated Circuit (BFIC) to be used in MDA’s sophisticated phased array antenna for the Telesat Lightspeed Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite constellation. Telesat Lightspeed, initially comprised of 298 next-generation satellites, is planned to launch in the second half of 2023 and will redefine global broadband connectivity for commercial, government and ...