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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Liquid measurements from water to blood
Christoph Kämmerer, Field Applications Engineer at Analog Devices (ADI), discusses fluid measurements with medical uses and describes the individual applications as well as the versatility of impedance measurements.
Evonetix and Analog Devices collaborate on third-generation DNA synthesis platform
Evonetix has announced a collaboration with Analog Devices. The companies will work together on the advancement and commercial scale-up of Evonetix’s proprietary microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)-based silicon chips and accelerate the development of Evonetix’s first product, a DNA desktop writer.
Complete audio system leveraging A2B audio bus technology
Analog Devices (ADI) has introduced a full audio system that features the SHARC Audio Module (SAM) for the creation of digital audio devices, including audio FX processors, multi-channel audio systems, MIDI synthesisers, and other DSP-based audio systems. SAM includes the dual-SHARC+ core ADSP-SC589 audio processor SoC (with an integrated Arm Cortex-A5 core) and leverages Analog Devices’ A2B audio bus technology.
Vital sign technology: condition-based monitoring of the human body
Vital sign monitoring has extended beyond the boundaries of medical practice and into many areas of our everyday lives. Advances in microelectronics have led to cost reduction in monitoring systems, making these technologies more accessible and common in areas such as telemedicine, sports, fitness and wellness, and workplace safety, as well as the automotive market. Despite this expansion and given the health-related nature of these applications,...
ADI and Intel tackle 5G network design challenges
Analog Devices (ADI) has announced its collaboration with Intel to create a flexible radio platform that addresses 5G network design challenges and will enable customers to scale their 5G networks more quickly and economically.
ADI deepens footprint in HDMI space
Analog Devices (ADI) has acquired the High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) business of INVECAS, a Santa Clara based company specialising in embedded software and system level solutions.
RF transceivers operate from 30MHz to 6GHz
Analog Devices (ADI) is addressing mission-critical communications applications with a new series of RF transceivers offering the highest dynamic range on the market and suitable for myriad commercial and military applications.
Analog Devices acquires Maxim Integrated in $21bn deal
Analog Devices (ADI) is buying Maxim Integrated Products for $20 billion.
Broadband 3GHz to 20GHz high performance integrated mixer
For a broadband 3GHz to 20GHz SiGe passive mixer requiring only 0dBm LO drive, a new balun structure is the key innovation that enables the wide RF bandwidth. The same balun topology is used on the IF, enabling a wide, 300MHz to 9GHz IF. This high performance double-balanced mixer can be used for up conversion or down conversion. The mixer is packaged in a tiny 2mm×3mm, 12-lead QFN package and delivers 23dBm IIP3 and 14dBm P1dB. The mixer c...
Analog Devices’ integrated isolated RS485 transceivers
Analog Devices (ADI) has introduced the ADM2867E series of reinforced iCoupler isolated RS485 + integrated isolated DC/DC converters. These new parts provide low radiated emissions and enable solutions that meet EMC compliance with fewer board spins and budget overruns.
Analog Devices wins Supplier of the Year Award
Analog Devices has received a BAE Systems Partner 2 Win Supplier of the Year Award for ‘Original Component Manufacturer of the Year’, based on exceptional performance and contributions to supply chain success in 2019 for BAE Systems’ Electronic Systems sector. ADI was selected from a pool of more than 2,200 suppliers that worked with the sector in 2019.
Dual silent switcher series delivers low EMI operation
Analog Devices has introduced the LT8650S, LT8652S and LT8653S dual-channel 4A/8.5A/2A synchronous step-down dual Silent Switcher converters targeted for automotive, communications and solid state drive power supplies.
The autonomous industrial revolution
From the invention of the cotton gin and the steam engine during the first industrial revolution to the development of the assembly line during the second revolution, the world has taken great leaps forward thanks to the rapid adoption of new technology. Andreas Parr, Bob Scannell and Sarven Ipek of Analog Devices look at how robotics is set to take centre stage in the autonomous industrial revolution.
Architecture shrinks power supplies
The proliferation of intelligent electronics, automation, and sensors in industry and automotive environments has increased performance criteria for power supplies. Zhongming Ye, senior applications engineer at Analog Devices, explains how a regulator architecture simplifies EMI design, size, efficiency, and thermal proficiency.
Analog Devices contributes to fight against COVID-19
Analog Devices has announced that the Analog Devices Foundation is helping to combat the global fight against COVID-19. The Foundation is the company’s platform for engineering a better future with its mission to address many of the complex societal issues that impact the communities in which ADI lives and works.
Support for customers during COVID-19 pandemic
Analog Devices has announced a series of actions to support the global response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic by expediting production of its healthcare technologies that can help fight COVID-19.
COVID-19 Analog Devices business update
Analog Devices has provided a business update related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The economic and social effects caused by COVID-19 are currently creating supply chain disruption and uncertainty around future demand.
Wearable technology trends in the healthcare sector
Analog Devices’ Jan-Hein Broeders, Healthcare Business Development Manager for Europe, discusses healthcare sector trends and how recent developments in technology continue to further benefit our health and improve our lives.
In-cabin monitoring to improve vehicle safety
Analog Devices (ADI) has announced a collaboration with Jungo to develop a Time-of-Flight (ToF) and 2D infrared- (IR) based camera solution to enable driver- and in-cabin monitoring in vehicles. The combination of ADI’s ToF technology with Jungo’s Co-driver software is expected to enable the monitoring of vehicle occupants for levels of drowsiness and distraction by observing head and body position as well as eye gaze.
Single IC can produce isolated or non-isolated ±12V outputs
Electric vehicles, large-scale battery storage stacks, home automation, industrial, and telecom power all require converting high voltages to ±12V, where dual polarity rails are required for powering amplifiers, sensors, data converters, and industrial process controllers. Zhijun Qian, Senior Engineer and William Xiong, Applications Engineer, at Analog Devices (ADI) investigate.