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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 Articles

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Analysis
6th September 2006
Crosspoint switches operate above 500 MHz

The AD8117 and AD8118 are said to achieve a bandwidth of more than 500 MHz-65 percent higher than the nearest competitive 32 × 32 arrays-making them the industry's first single-chip 32 × 32 analog crosspoint switches to achieve the highspeeds required to route Quantum Extended Graphics Array (QXGA) video signals without degrading image quality. QXGA is a high-resolution display standard (2048 × 1536 pixels) that enables very fin...

Mixed Signal/Analog
31st August 2006
Rail to Rail Comparators Support all Prevailing Digital Output Stages including LVDS

Analog Devices’ ADCMP60x family of rail-to-rail comparators is designed for applications that require high-speed, low power, rail-to-rail swing and high precision. The comparator family supports all prevailing digital output stages—including LVDS (low-voltage differential signaling), CML (current-mode logic) and TTL/CMOS required by applications such as medical instruments, test and measurement, RF (radio frequency) and telecommunicat...

Mixed Signal/Analog
30th August 2006
Analogue to Digital Converter suits Wireless Infrastructure Applications

Analog Devices is expanding its portfolio of devices targeted at wireless infrastructure applications with the AD9254 14-bit, 150 MSPS ADC. The device achieves 83-dBc SFDR at 70 MHz while consuming only 430 mW—a claimed 50 percent reduction in power consumption over competing solutions.

Analysis
25th August 2006
Device protects against brown out conditions in communications infrastructure equipment

Analog Devices has expanded its family of power supply sequencer and supervisory products with a flexible, accurate device that protects against brown out conditions in communications infrastructure equipment. The ADM1185 quad voltage monitor and sequencer is designed for systems with multiple power supplies, like wireless base stations, that require sequencer products to ensure voltage rails are powered up in a controlled manner in order to prev...

Analysis
16th August 2006
Online Evaluation Tool From Analog Devices Simplifies IC Selection

Analog Devices has expanded its suite of online evaluation tools with the introduction of ADIsimDDS. Available to designers at no charge on ADI’s Web site, the ADIsimDDS tool assists users in selecting, evaluating and troubleshooting direct digital synthesis ICs from Analog Devices.

Analysis
14th August 2006
ADI's HDMI transmitters, receivers and multiplexers enable the delivery of high-definition video and audio content

Analog Devices is extending its line of High-Definition Multimedia Interface HDMI ICs to offer what is said to be the industry's broadest portfolio of HDMI transmitters, receivers and multiplexers. These highly integrated display interface ICs are designed to deliver optimal performance, the highest resolution video, and easy connectivity to next-generation televisions that support the HDMI standard.

Pending
9th August 2006
Analog Devices introduces Class-D audio amplifiers for portable consumer electronics

Analog Devices, Inc. today introduced two Class-D audio amplifiers designed to meet the low-power, small size, and growing sound quality requirements of portable electronics. A leader in delivering innovative sound processing solutions for home and professional applications, ADI is applying its expertise to Class-D amplifiers that address the space constraints and battery-consumption requirements of cellular handsets, handheld game machines, MP3 ...

Wireless Microsite
8th August 2006
Analog Devices' Blackfin combines processing power, security and ease-of-programming to deliver live video to mobile phones

Looking for a quiet restaurant? Or, wondering if the party has started at your favourite night club? Live video streams to the mobile phones of would-be diners and dancers lets them look inside. An innovative new wireless application called the IRIS(TM) camera uses the Blackfin(R) processor from Analog Devices, Inc. to secure and stream video from a camera to an enabled portable device, such as a GPRS or 3G phone, or laptop. The IRIS(TM) camer...

Wireless
8th August 2006
Analog Devices' Blackfin combines processing power, security and ease-of-programming to deliver live video to mobile phones

Looking for a quiet restaurant? Or, wondering if the party has started at your favourite night club? Live video streams to the mobile phones of would-be diners and dancers lets them look inside. An innovative new wireless application called the IRIS(TM) camera uses the Blackfin(R) processor from Analog Devices, Inc. to secure and stream video from a camera to an enabled portable device, such as a GPRS or 3G phone, or laptop. The IRIS(TM) camer...

Mixed Signal/Analog
31st July 2006
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...

Mixed Signal/Analog
22nd June 2006
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 contro...

Mixed Signal/Analog
13th March 2006
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.

Pending
7th March 2006
Multichannel I/O Data Converter for Wireless Infrastructure Applications

Targeted at wireless infrastructure applications, the AD7294 multichannel input/output (I/O) data converter integrates all the functions required for the monitoring and control of current, voltage and temperature in a single chip.

Mixed Signal/Analog
27th February 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.

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