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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Analog Devices expands Linux distribution
As the Linux open-source operating system marks its 30th anniversary, Analog Devices (ADI) announces the expansion of its Linux distribution by recognising over 1000 ADI peripherals supported by in kernel Linux device drivers.
NanoPower modules extend battery life in space-constrained applications
MAXM38643 and MAXM17225 feature the lowest quiescent current compared to competitive solutions.
People counting algorithm ensures efficient space utilisation
Analog Devices has introduced the ADI EagleEye ADSW4000 PeopleCount algorithm for people detection and count in indoor spaces such as meeting rooms or office cubicles.
Analog Devices at Enlit Europe 2021
Analog Devices (ADI) will participate in Enlit Europe, in Milan, Italy. Enlit Europe is the new identity that combines the former European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe. On stand 12.D110, ADI will showcase its comprehensive portfolio enabling digital energy infrastructure solutions for EV charging and smart grid applications.
Analog Devices showcase at Enlit Europe 2021
From 30th November to 2nd December 2021, Analog Devices (ADI) will participate in Enlit Europe, in Milan, Italy. This is the new identity that combines the former European Utility Week and POWERGEN Europe.
ADI shows connectivity and sensor solutions at SPS 2021
As in-person trade exhibitions resume, Analog Devices will showcase connectivity and sensor solutions at SPS 2021 in Nuremberg (November 23-25).
Cell monitors battery discharge for health status
A nanopower primary (non-rechargeable) cell state-of-health (SoH) monitor by Analog Devices has a precision coulomb counter. The LTC3337 is designed to be placed in series with a primary battery with minimal associated series voltage drop. The patented infinite dynamic range coulomb counter tallies all accumulated battery discharge and stores it in an internal register accessible via an I2C interface.
Wireless BMS helps Lotus redefine EV mobility
Analog Devices has announced that British performance brand Lotus Cars is planning to incorporate ADI’s wireless battery management system (wBMS) in its next-generation electric vehicle (EV) architecture. ADI’s wireless BMS was selected for its increased design flexibility, battery repairability and lighter weight. The engineering collaboration will enable Lotus to safely propel its future EV fleet and continue pushing the limits...
Power management IC cuts Bill of Materials by 60 %
Wearables, hearables and Internet of Things (IoT) devices can be charged faster and in less space using the new MAX77659 single-inductor multiple output (SIMO) power management IC (PMIC) from Analog Devices.
Analogue front end measures four common vital signs
Four vital signs can be measured with one MAX86178 triple-system vital signs analogue front end (AFE) thus simplifying the design of wearable remote patient monitoring (RPM) devices.
Green buildings get a boost
Tony Armstrong, Business Development Director at Analog Devices (ADI) explains how wireless sensor nodes are becoming a key application for energy harvesting.
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.