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Maxim Integrated

Maxim Integrated, founded in 1983 and headquartered in San Jose, California/USA, develops innovative analogue and mixed-signal products and technologies to make systems smaller and smarter, with enhanced security and increased energy efficiency. Maxim is empowering design innovation for the company’s automotive, industrial, healthcare, mobile consumer, and cloud data centre customers to deliver industry-leading solutions that help change the world. 

Maxim Integrated Articles

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Pending
30th January 2009
Level-Shifter Solution for LCD TVs with Gate-in-Panel Technology from Maxim

Maxim has introduced the MAX17108, a high-performance level-shifter solution that enables the implementation of GIP technology in LCD panels. Developed using Maxim's proprietary, high-voltage BiCMOS process, this device integrates a 10-channel, level-shifting scan driver that can swing from -12V to +38V and swiftly drive capacitive loads; a high-speed operational amplifier to drive the LCD backplane (VCOM); and a linear regulator to provide the i...

Design
29th January 2009
Demonstrator proves XFP 10GEPON technology and accelerates future system design

Phyworks is shipping a highly integrated 10GEPON XFP transceiver demonstration module for Optical Networking Unit (ONU) applications. Compatible with existing 10GEPON MAC evaluation boards, the module enables FTTx system and optical module manufacturers to evaluate the 10G Phyworks chipset in advance of final ratification of the IEEE802.3av standard.

Wireless Microsite
28th January 2009
Maxim's Shunt-Mode Audio Click-and-Pop Eliminator Saves Space and Cost

Maxim has introduced the MAX9892, a shunt-mode, audio click-and-pop eliminator designed for portable multimedia devices. This simple IC provides 35dB of click-and-pop suppression to eliminate the irritating audible artifacts generated during startup and shutdown cycles.

Wireless
28th January 2009
Maxim's Shunt-Mode Audio Click-and-Pop Eliminator Saves Space and Cost

Maxim has introduced the MAX9892, a shunt-mode, audio click-and-pop eliminator designed for portable multimedia devices. This simple IC provides 35dB of click-and-pop suppression to eliminate the irritating audible artifacts generated during startup and shutdown cycles.

Power
26th January 2009
Synchronous DC-DC Controller from Maxim

Maxim introduced the MAX15023, a low-cost, dual-output, synchronous step-down controller capable of driving external MOSFETs to deliver at least 12A per output. Operating over a wide, 4.5V to 28V input range, this device integrates a ±1% accurate voltage reference to provide an accurate output voltage from 0.6V to 85% of the input voltage.

Communications
23rd January 2009
RS-232 Transceivers from Maxim

Maxim has introduced the MAX13234E-MAX13237E family of RS-232 transceivers. Providing upgraded functionality to Maxim's legacy MAX3224E-MAX3227E RS-232 transceivers, these devices provide the industry's highest data rates (up to 3Mbps), low-voltage logic-level translation, low 1microamp supply current through the AutoShutdown Plus feature, and enhanced ESD protection.

Power
21st January 2009
Tiny Current-Sense Amplifier from Maxim for Battery-Powered Applications

Maxim has introduced the MAX9610, a high-side, current-sense amplifier that provides precision monitoring for portable applications. Designed for battery-operated devices, the MAX9610 uses a precision input stage to achieve an extended, 1.6V to 5.5V input common-mode range (battery voltage). This input range is excellent for monitoring the current of a single-cell, lithium-ion (Li+) battery, which at full-charge is 4.2V, typically 3.6V in normal ...

Mixed Signal/Analog
20th January 2009
Low Power 8-Bit ADCs from Maxim

Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX19505/MAX19506/MAX19507, a pin-compatible family of dual-channel, 8-bit, 65/100/130Msps ADCs. Offering the industry's lowest power consumption, the devices consume a mere 43mW (MAX19505), 57mW (MAX19506), and 74mW (MAX19507) of analog power per channel. Additionally, these ADCs achieve nearly ideal 8-bit dynamic performance, with a 49.8dBFS SNR and 69dBc SFDR at 70MHz.

Power
20th January 2009
Dual-Output Synchronous Step-Down Controller from Maxim

Maxim has introduced the MAX15034, a high-performance, dual-output, synchronous step-down controller capable of driving external MOSFETs to deliver two 25A outputs or a single 50A output. This flexibility allows the device to be used for multiple design platforms, thereby reducing inventory and cost.

Power
20th January 2009
Power Management IC for OLEDs from Maxim

Maxim has introduced the MAX17065 highly integrated power-management IC (PMIC) that includes a step-up DC-DC converter, an inverting DC-DC converter, regulated positive and negative charge pumps, and a low-dropout linear regulator (LDO). Developed using Maxim's proprietary high-voltage technology, this PMIC integrates all power functions required for active-matrix, organic light-emitting diode (AM-OLED) displays.

Analysis
20th November 2008
Phyworks names Priyan as Applications Engineering Manager

Phyworks has announced it has appointed Dave Priyan as Applications Engineering Manager to support the company’s rapidly expanding range of high performance transceivers, transimpedance amplifiers and equaliser / retimer ICs.

Analysis
15th September 2008
10G copper passes interoperability test

Phyworks has announced it has successfully completed system level interoperability testing of its 10Gbps active equalizer in an SFP+ active copper cable assembly. Carried out at the University of New Hampshire’s Interoperability Laboratory, the testing verified that copper cables integrating the PHY2060 active equalizer/retimer IC could achieve 100% error free transmission passing data between different switches.

Cables/Connecting
2nd June 2008
10G copper interconnects top 30 metres

10Gbps rack-to-rack copper interconnects of up to 30 metres have been demonstrated by UK chip-maker Phyworks, using technology it originally developed for the optical module market. The equalisation and clock and data recovery (CDR) capabilities of its PHY2060 IC have been successfully applied to active serial copper cable assemblies which are currently being trialled by cable and connector OEMs. The complete 10G assembly achieves error free tr...

Design
23rd May 2008
Optical module reference design from Phyworks provides instant digital solution

Phyworks has introduced a complete hardware and software reference design for 125Mbps – 1.25Gbps SFP optical modules offering a fully digital configuration and monitoring capability. Aiming to help datacomm module makers and network operators significantly reduce costs and time-to-market, this flexible reference design does not require specialised software engineering knowledge.

Analysis
19th March 2008
Phyworks appoints Sam Mitani as Business Development Director

Phyworks has appointed Sam Mitani as Director of Business Development. Based in California, he will focus on applications for the company’s market leading range of 10G electronic dispersion compensation (EDC) and clock data recovery (CDR) ICs.

Analysis
26th February 2008
Integrated laser driver and amplifier delivers low cost solution for 125Mbps - 1.25Gbps optical modules

Phyworks has launched a highly integrated laser driver and limiting amplifier IC for small form factor optical modules operating between 125Mbps and 1.25Gbps. The first device of its kind to be offered at $1 in volume, the PHY1040 is also the first to support both VCSEL and continuous mode DFB and FP lasers for DDM and non-DDM applications.

Analysis
26th February 2008
CMOS retimer with EDC brings 10G Ethernet performance to legacy fibre infrastructure

Phyworks has announced a fully 10GBASE-LRM compliant serial retiming receiver with Electronic Dispersion Compensation (EDC). Manufactured on a CMOS process, this second-generation EDC chip offers a more powerful equaliser, is smaller in size than alternatives and is easier to integrate with other devices. The PHY2060 enables simple upgrade of X2 and XFP optical modules and SFP+ based line cards to true 10Gbps LRM operation.

Analysis
30th January 2008
Phyworks appoints VP Engineering

Phyworks has promoted Stuart Millard to the role of Vice President of Engineering. Millard was previously Technical Director of IC Development and has worked with the Bristol-based data and telecom chip company since its foundation in 2001.

Analysis
30th January 2008
Phyworks joins Academic Network of Cadence Europe

Phyworks has announced it has become the first member of the advisory council to the Cadence Design Systems’ Academic Network. In this role, Phyworks will provide support to the Advanced Microelectronics Systems Engineering programme at the University of Bristol.

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