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Analog Devices, Inc.

One Technology Way
Norwood, MA 02062-9106
USA
WebSite: http://www.analog.com
Phone: 781-329-4700
Toll Free: 800-262-5643
Fax: 781-326-8703
Email: customer.service@analog.com
   

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Op amp is ideal for front-end amp apps
The ADA4077-2 operational amplifier is specifically suited for applications in process control, chemical and environmental monitoring, motor control, and . . .
Dual differential amp offers best distortion, noise
Suited for driving high speed 12- to 18-bit A/D converters, the ADL5566 dual-channel differential amplifier features a 3-dB bandwidth . . .
Dc/dc converters shrink footprint 75%
The ADuM5010, ADuM6010, ADuM521x and ADuM621x are the industry’s smallest isolated dc/dc converters. The devices use the proprietary isoPower . . .
DACs integrate complex waveform generation function
The AD9106 quad-channel, 12-bit, and the AD9102 single-channel, 14-bit, 180-Msamples/s waveform generators integrate on-chip SRAM and DDS for complex . . .
256-ch, 16-bit digital x-ray AFE delivers best performance
The 256-ch, 16-bit ADAS1256 digital X-ray analog front end (AFE) is claimed to offer the lowest noise performance in . . .

Videos for Analog Devices, Inc.:
New Version of Analog Devices’ Simulation Tool Significantly Eases Development of RF Systems
ADIsimRF v 1.7 adds a number of new device models along with enhanced support for inter-stage mismatch calculations.
ADIsimRF v 1.7 adds a number of new device models along with enhanced support for inter-stage mismatch calculations.
IMS2011: See what is shown at Analog Devices booth
IMS2011: See what is shown at Analog Devices booth with Larry Hawkins, Business Development Engineer, RF components Products
IMS2011: See what is shown at Analog Devices booth with Larry Hawkins, Business Development Engineer, RF components Products
IMS2012-Analog Devices Booth
Ted Harris from ADI describes what they are showcasing at their booth
ADI
Eye-controlled Gaming at CES 2011 from National Instruments
Eye-controlled Gaming at CES 2011 from National Instruments
Eye-controlled Gaming at CES 2011 from National Instruments
Analog Devices’ nanoDAC+ Converter
Analog Devices’ nanoDAC+ Converters offer Industry’s best D/A converter performance and smallest packages. Click on Electronic Products write up at http://bit.ly/JbCzuT
Analog Devices’ nanoDAC+ Converters offer Industry’s best D/A converter performance and smallest packages. Click on Electronic Products write up at http://bit.ly/JbCzuT
Analog Devices - 3G Transmit Radio Reference Design
Steve Reine, Sr Application Engineer, RF Network Components from Analog Devices gives a brief talk and demo on a 3G radio ref design that includes the AD9122 1,230 MSPS DAC, the ADRF6702 IQ modulator, and AD9516 VCO
3G Transmit Radio Reference Design, more info: http://www.analog.com/en/digital-to-analog-converters/da-converters/ad9122/products/product.html http://www.analog.com/en/rfif-components/timing-ics-clocks/ad9516-0/products/product.html http://www.analog.com/en/rfif-components/modulatorsdemodulators/adrf6702/products/product.html
AD8229- High temperature. Low Noise Instrumentation Amplifier
Moshe Gerstenhaber from Analog Devices talks about the Industry's First Precision High-Temperature Instrumentation Amplifier
Moshe Gerstenhaber, ADI Division Fellow talks about the AD8229 - an Industry's First Precision High-Temperature Instrumentation Amplifier
Femto Cells and the AD9963/1
Talk with Analog Device's Carlton Lane, Product Marketing Manager, High Speed Processing Group, Analog Semiconductor Group
Brief discussion on emerging trends in the data converter space, femto cells, and upcoming products from ADI. More info at http://www.analog.com/static/imported-files/data_sheets/AD9961_9963.pdf
Reference Design Documents for Analog Devices, Inc.:
Evaluation Kit for the AD5254 Quad 256-Position I2C-Compatible
This evaluation kit allows the user to evaluate the AD5254 Quad 256-Position I2C-Compatible Nonvolatile Memory Digital Potentiometer
16-Bit Fully Isolated 4 mA to 20 mA Output Module Using the AD5662 DAC, ADuM1401 Digital Isolator, and External Amplifiers (CN0064)
This circuit provides a complete solution for an industrial control output module. This design is suitable for process control programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and distributed control system (DCS) modules and transmitters that require a 4 mA to 20 mA current output range. The AD5662 nanoDAC is a 5 V16-bit DAC in a SOT-23 package. The ADuM1401 four-channel digital isolator provides all the necessary signal isolation between the microcontroller and the DAC. Circuits from the Lab™ reference circuit has been engineered and tested for quick and easy system integration. For more info, visit analog.com/circuits.
Powering the AD9788 800 MSPS TxDAC Digital-to-Analog Converter Using the ADP2105 Synchronous Step-Down DC to DC Regulator for Increased Efficiency (CN0141)
This circuit utilizes a pair of ADP2105 synchronous step-down dc-to-dc regulators to provide the individual power supply rails required for the AD9788 dual channel, 16-bit, high dynamic range TxDAC174; digital-to-analog converter. The ADP2105 pair powers the AD9788 at greater than 85% efficiency, which is up to 50% higher than that obtained using a traditional linear regulator solution. Total circuit power dissipation using linear regulators is 1.4 W and using switching regulators only 0.88 W. This Circuits from the Lab; reference circuit has been engineered and tested for quick and easy system integration. For more info, visit analog.com/circuits.
Using low noise linear drop-out regulators to power wideband PLL & VCO IC (CN0147)
This circuit uses low noise, low dropout (LDO) linear regulators to supply power to a wideband integrated PLL and VCO. Wideband voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs) may have increased sensitivity to power supply noise, hence, ultralow noise regulators are recommended for best performance.... This Circuits from the Lab; reference circuit has been engineered and tested for quick and easy system integration. For more info, visit analog.com/circuits.
USB Based Temperature Monitor Using the ADuC7122 Precision Analog Microcontroller and an External Thermistor (CN0153)
This circuit shows how the ADuC7122 precision analog microcontroller can be used in an accurate thermistor temperature monitoring application. The ADuC7122 integrates a multichannel 12-bit SAR ADC, twelve 12-bit DACs, a 1.2 V internal reference, as well as an ARM7 core, 126 kB flash, 8 kB SRAM, and various digital peripherals, such as UART, timers, SPI, and two I2C interfaces. The ADuC7122 is connected to a 4.7 k thermistor.... This Circuits from the Lab; reference circuit has been engineered and tested for quick and easy system integration. For more info, visit analog.com/circuits.
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