Innovation, performance, and excellence are the cultural pillars on which Analog Devices (ADI) has built one of the longest standing, highest growth companies within the technology sector. Acknowledged industry-wide as the world leader in data conversion and signal conditioning technology, Analog Devices serves over 60,000 customers, representing virtually all types of electronic equipment. Analog Devices is headquartered in Norwood, Massachusetts, with design and manufacturing facilities throughout the world. Analog Devices is included in the S&P 500 Index.
Analog Devices AD9656 Quad, 16-bit Analog-to-Digital converter (ADC) with an on-chip sample-and-hold circuit is designed for ease-of-use in small, low-cost, low power systems. AD9656 delivers at a conversion rate of up to 125MSPS and is optimized for outstanding dynamic performance and low power in applications where a small package size is critical. AD9656 requires a single 1.8V power supply and LVPECL-/ CMOS-/LVDS-compatible sample rate clock for full performance operation. No external reference or driver components are required for many applications. Individual channel power-down is supported and typically consumes less than 2mW when all channels are disabled. The ADC contains several features designed to maximize flexibility and minimize system cost, such as a programmable output clock, data alignment, and digital test pattern generation. The available digital test patterns include built-in deterministic and pseudorandom patterns, along with custom user-defined test patterns entered via the serial port interface (SPI). Available in a RoHS-compliant, 56-lead LFCSP package and specified over the industrial temperature range of −40°C to +85°C, the AD9656 Quad, 16-bit ADC is ideal for medical imaging, high speed imaging, quadrature radio receivers, diversity radio receivers, and portable test equipment.
Analog Devices AD8479 Precision Difference Amplifier is a difference amplifier with a very high input common-mode voltage range. The AD8479 is a precision device that allows the user to accurately measure differential signals in the presence of high common-mode voltages up to ±600V. The AD8479 can replace costly isolation amplifiers in applications that do not require galvanic isolation. The device operates over a ±600V common-mode voltage range and has inputs that are protected from common-mode or differential mode transients up to ±600V. The AD8479 has low offset voltage, low offset voltage drift, low gain drift, low common-mode rejection drift, and excellent common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) over a wide frequency range.
Analog Devices ADuCM350 16-Bit Precision Low Power Meter On A Chip is a complete, coin cell powered, high precision, meter-on-chip for portable device applications for applications such as point-of-care diagnostics and body-worn devices for monitoring vital signs. The ADuCM350 is designed for high precision amperometric, voltametric, and impedometric measurement capabilities. The ADuCM350 analog front end (AFE) features a 16-bit, precision, 160kSPS analog-to-digital converter (ADC); 0.17% precision voltage reference; 12-bit, no missing codes digital-to-analog converter (DAC); and a reconfigurable ultralow leakage switch matrix. The ADuCM350 also includes an ARM® Cortex-M3-based processor, memory, and all I/O connectivity to support portable meters with display, USB communication, and active sensors.
Analog Devices AD9652 16-Bit Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) is a dual ADC with sampling speeds of up to 310MSPS. It is designed to support demanding, high speed signal processing applications that require exceptional dynamic range over a wide input frequency range (up to 465MHz). Its exceptional low noise floor of −157.6dBFS and large signal spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) performance (exceeding 85dBFS, typical) allows low level signals to be resolved in the presence of large signals. The dual ADC cores feature a multistage, pipelined architecture with integrated output error correction logic. A high performance on-chip buffer and internal voltage reference simplify the inter-face to external driving circuitry while preserving the exceptional performance of the ADC.
Analog Devices AD9144 evaluation board features the AD9144 quad, 16-bit,
2.8GSPS, TxDAC+ digital-to-analog converter. It provides a maximum
sample rate of 2.8GSPS, permitting a multicarrier generation up to the
Nyquist frequency. The DAC outputs are optimized to interface seamlessly
with the ADRF672x analog quadrature modulators (AQMs). A 4-wire serial
port interface provides for programming/readback of many internal
parameters. Full-scale output current can be programmed over a range of
14mA to 26mA. The evaluation board is evaluated with the AD-DPG3 tool.
ADI's VisualAnalog™ software package can be used with the AD9144
evaluation board. It combines a powerful set of simulation and data
analysis tools with a user-friendly graphical interface that allows designers
to customize their input signal and data analysis.
Analog Devices ADP2311 is a fully integrated, dual output, synchronous step-down dc-to-dc regulator. ADP2311 operates from input voltages of 4.5V to 18V, and the output can regulate down to 0.6V. Each channel can provide up to 1A of continuous output current. The ADP2311 integrates the high-side and low-side MOSFETs to provide a very high efficiency, compact solution. Both channels of the regulator run at 180° out of phase to reduce the input ripple current and the input capacitor size, thereby helping to lower system electromagnetic interference (EMI). The ADP2311 also integrates internal compensation and soft start circuitry to simplify the design. An on-chip watchdog timer can reset the microprocessor if it fails to strobe within a preset timeout period. Accurate voltage monitoring circuitry and a power fail comparator provide a controlled power-up and power-down sequence to enhance system reliability. The ADP2311 also includes undervoltage lockout (UVLO), overvoltage protection (OVP), overcurrent protection (OCP), and thermal shutdown (TSD). The ADP2311 operates over the −40°C to +125°C junction temperature range and is available in a 24-lead LFCSP package.
Analog Devices ADP5051 integrates four high performance buck regulators and a supervisory circuit with a voltage monitor, a watchdog function, and a manual reset in a 48-lead LFCSP package to meet demanding performance and board space requirements. ADP5051 allows a direct connection to high input voltages up to 15.0V with no preregulators. Channel 1 and Channel 2 provide high-side power MOSFET and low-side MOSFET drivers. In low-side power devices, external NFETs achieve an efficiency optimized solution and deliver a programmable output current of 1.2A, 2.5A, or 4A. The ADP5051 supervisory circuits monitor voltage level. The watchdog timer generates a reset when the WDI does not toggle within a preset timeout period. An optional I²C Interface offers flexible configurations, including adjustable and fixed output voltage, junction temperature overheat warning, low input voltage detection, and dynamic voltage scaling. The design makes the ADP5051 an ideal integrated power solution for small cell base stations, FPGA and processor applications, security & surveillance, and medical applications.
Analog Devices EVAL-ADM3260EBZ Evaluation Board
provides all of the support circuitry required for designers to evaluate
the ADM3260 hot swappable dual I²C
isolators with integrated DC-to-DC converter. The evaluation board
features screw terminals for easy connection, multiple test points for
easy node access, knob adjustable isolated DC-to-DC output voltage, and a
special layout to minimize electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Analog Devices ADSP-BF51xF16 Blackfin Embedded Processors are part of the Blackfin® family of products designed to incorporate the Analog Devices/Intel Micro Signal Architecture (MSA). Blackfin processors combine a dual-MAC state-of-the-art signal processing engine, the advantages of a clean, orthogonal RISC-like microprocessor instruction set, and single-instruction, multiple-data (SIMD) multimedia capabilities into a single instruction-set architecture. By integrating a rich set of industry-leading system peripherals and memory, Blackfin processors are the platform of choice for next-generation applications that require RISC-like programmability, multimedia support, and leading-edge signal processing in one integrated package.
Analog Devices EVAL-AD5693RSDZ helps designers quickly prototype new AD5693R circuits and reduce design time. AD5693R operates from a single 2.7V to 5.5V supply. EVAL-AD5693RSDZ incorporates an internal 2.5V on-board reference to offer an output voltage span of 2.5V or 5V. The evaluation board interfaces to the USB port via the SDP board. Software is available with the evaluation board to enable the designer to easily program the AD5693R. The EVAL-AD5693RSDZ evaluation board requires the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z or EVAL-SDP-CS1Z board.
Analog Devices AD9554 is offered as a low loop
bandwidth clock translator designed to provide jitter cleanup and
synchronization for many systems, including synchronous optical networks
(SONET/SDH). AD9554 generates an output clock synchronized to up to
four external input references. AD9554 dissipates only 940mW of power
while generating up to eight output clocks over an output range of
430kHz to 941MHz, synchronized to four 2kHz to 1GHz external input
references, with a loop bandwidth as low as 0.1Hz. The AD9554 clock's
high level of integration, adaptive clocking capability, and OTN mapping
algorithm embedded in DPLL, can reduce system costs by simplifying
clocking circuitry and eliminating software control routines. Output
jitter is 250fs over the 50kHz to 80MHz range and 350fs over the 12kHz
to 20MHz range. The four analog-digital phase-locked loops (ADPLL) allow
for reduction of input time jitter or phase noise associated with the
external references. The digitally controlled loop and holdover
circuitry of the AD9554 continuously generates a low jitter output clock
even when all reference inputs have failed. AD9554 operates over an
industrial temperature range of −40°C to +85°C and is ideal for network
synchronization, cleanup of reference clock jitter, SONET/SDH clocks up
to OC-192, including FEC, Stratum 3 holdover, jitter cleanup, and phase
transient control, cable infrastructure, and data communications.
Analog Devices ADP1051 is an advanced digital
controller with a PMBus™ interface targeting high density, high
efficiency DC-to-DC power conversion. ADP1051 integrates voltage mode
control with high speed, input line feed forward for enhanced transient
and improved noise performance. The ADP1051 has six programmable
pulse-width modulation (PWM) outputs capable of controlling most high
efficiency power supply topologies, with added control of synchronous
rectification (SR). The device includes adaptive dead time compensation
to improve efficiency over the load range, and programmable light load
mode operation, combined with low power consumption, to reduce system
standby power losses.
Analog Devices AD9652 evaluation board is a full-featured development board designed to evaluate the ADI AD9652 dual, 16-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The evaluation board includes SPI interface for setup and control, a balun/transformer or amplifier input drive option, and an on-board LDO regulator needing a single external 6V, 2A dc supply. AD9625 dual ADC AD9652 features sampling speeds of up to 310MSPS and can digitize up to 155MHz of signal bandwidth. This ADI dual ADC provides an analog input bandwidth of 650MHz and is designed to support demanding, high-speed signal processing applications that require exceptional dynamic range over a wide input frequency range. This ADC's exceptional low noise floor of −157.6dBFS and large signal spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR) performance (exceeding 85dBFS, typical) allows low level signals to be resolved in the presence of large signals.
Analog Devices AD9680 14-Bit, 1GSPS Dual Analog-to-Digital Converter is a high-speed device featuring the best noise and dynamic range performance in its class, enabling the trend for direct RF sampling. The breakthrough performance, bandwidth and integrated functionality of ADI's wideband RF data acquisition technology allows for better signal extraction in congested RF environments over a wider bandwidth than ever before. This ADI device has an on-chip buffer and sample-and-hold circuit designed for low power, small size, and ease of use. This device is designed for sampling wide bandwidth analog signals of up to 2GHz.
Analog Devices AD9625 12-Bit, 2.0GSPS Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) provides the best noise and dynamic range performance in its class for better receiver sensitivity along with the ability to discern smaller signals in the presence of noise, clutter, blockers, and interferers. This ADI A/D converter is designed for sampling wide bandwidth analog signals up through the 2nd Nyquist zone. AD9625 features a combination of wide input bandwidth, high sampling rate, and excellent linearity that make it ideal for use in ultra-wide band RADAR, wideband front-ends for digital storage oscilloscopes, and data acquisition platforms. The analog input, clock, and SYSREF± signals are differential inputs. The JESD204B-based high-speed serialized outputs are configurable in a variety of one, two, four, six-lane, or eight-lane arrangements. This ADI device is specified over the industrial temperature range of −40°C to +85°C.
Analog Devices AD9680 Evaluation Board is a development tool for the AD9680 dual, 14-bit, 1000MSPS analog-to-digital converter (ADC). ADI AD9680 ADC is designed for sampling wide bandwidth analog signals of up to 2GHz. The ADC is optimized for wide input bandwidth, high sampling rate, excellent linearity, and low power in a small package. The dual ADC cores feature a multistage, differential pipelined architecture with integrated output error correction logic. Each ADC features wide bandwidth inputs supporting a variety of user-selectable input ranges. An integrated voltage reference eases design considerations. The analog input and clock signals are differential inputs. Each ADC data output is internally connected to two digital down converters. In addition to the DDC blocks, the AD9680 has several functions that simplify the automatic gain control function in a communications receiver.
Analog Devices AD9625 evaluation boards are development tools for the AD9625 12-bit monolithic sampling analog-to-digital converter (ADC). ADI AD9625 operates at conversion rates up to 2.5GSPS and is designed for sampling wide bandwidth analog signals. AD9625 can be used up to the third Nyquist zones. The ADC's combination of wide input bandwidth, high sampling rate, and excellent linearity is ideal for spectrum analyzers, data acquisition systems, and a wide assortment of military elections applications, such as RADAR and jamming/anti-jamming measures.
Analog Devices ADE7978 is a high accuracy, 3-phase electrical energy measurement IC with serial interfaces and three flexible pulse outputs. The ADE7978 can interface with up to four ADE7933/ ADE7932 devices. The device incorporates all the signal processing required to perform total (fundamental and harmonic) active, reactive, and apparent energy measurement and rms calculations, as well as fundamental-only active and reactive energy measurement and rms calculations. A fixed function digital signal processor (DSP) executes this signal processing. ADE7978 measures the active, reactive, and apparent energy in various 3-phase configurations, such as wye or delta services, with both three and four wires. The device provides system calibration features for each phase, gain calibration, and optional offset correction. Phase compensation is also available, but it is not necessary because the currents are sensed using shunts. The CF1, CF2, and CF3 logic outputs provide a wide selection of power information: total active, reactive, and apparent powers; the sum of the current rms values; and fundamental active and reactive powers.
Analog Devices ADN2913 Continuous Rate Clock and Data Recovery IC w/Integrated Limiting Amp/EQ offers the receiver functions of quantization, signal level detection, and clock and data recovery for continuous data rates from 6.5Mbps to 8.5Gbps. The ADN2913 automatically locks to all data rates without the need for an external reference clock or programming. ADN2913 jitter performance exceeds all jitter specifications required by SONET/SDH, including jitter transfer, jitter generation, and jitter tolerance. The LOS detection circuit has hysteresis to prevent chatter at the LOS output. In addition, the input signal strength can be read through the I2C registers. The ADN2913 also supports pseudorandom binary sequence (PRBS) generation, bit error detection, and input data rate readback features.
Analog Devices ADP1050 is an advanced digital controller with a PMBus™ interface targeting high density, high efficiency dc-to-dc power conversion. ADP1050 implements voltage mode control with high speed, input voltage feedforward operation for enhanced transient and noise performance. The ADP1050 has four programmable pulse-width modulation (PWM) outputs capable of controlling most high efficiency power supply topologies, with the added control of synchronous rectification (SR). The device is ideal for high density, isolated dc-to-dc power supplies, intermediate bus converters, high availability parallel power systems, server, storage, industrial, networking, and communications infrastructure.
ADI AD5691, AD5692, & AD5693 nanoDAC+® digital to analog converters are low power, single-channel, 16-/14-/12-bit buffered voltage output DACs. The devices include an enabled by default internal 2.5V reference, offering 2ppm/°C drift. The output span can be programmed to be 0V to VREF or 0V to 2 × VREF. All devices operate from a single 2.7V to 5.5V supply and are guaranteed monotonic by design. The devices are available in a 2.00mm × 2.00mm, 8-lead LFCSP or a 10-lead MSOP. The internal power-on reset circuit ensures that the DAC register is written to zero scale at power-up while the internal output buffer is configured in normal mode. The AD5693R/AD5692R/AD5691R contain a power-down mode that reduces the current consumption of the device to 2μA (maximum) at 5V and provides software selectable output loads. The AD5693R/AD5692R/AD5691R use an I2C interface. Some device options also include an asynchronous RESET pin and a VLOGIC pin, allowing 1.8 V compatibility.
Analog Devices ADP5053 Integrated Power Solution with Quad Buck Regulators and Supervisory Circuits feature four high performance buck regulators, supervisory, watchdog, and manual reset in a 48-lead LFCSP package that meets demanding performance and board space requirements. ADP5053 enables direct connection to high input voltages up to 15.0V with no preregulators. Channel 1 and Channel 2 integrate high-side power MOSFET and low-side MOSFET drivers. External NFETs can be used in low-side power devices to achieve an efficiency optimized solution and deliver a programmable output current of 1.2A, 2.5A, or 4A. Combining Channel 1 and Channel 2 in a parallel configuration can provide a single output with up to 8A of current. Channel 3 and Channel 4 integrate both high-side and low-side MOSFETs to deliver an output current of 1.2A.
ADI AD7902 Analog to Digital Converter is a dual 16-bit, successive approximation ADC that operates from a single power supply, VDDx, per ADC. It contains two low power, high speed, 16-bit sampling ADCs and a versatile serial port interface (SPI). On the CNVx rising edge, the AD7902 samples an analog input, IN+, in the range of 0 V to VREF with respect to a ground sense, IN−. The externally applied reference voltage of the REFx pins (VREF) can be set independently from the supply voltage pins, VDDx. The power of the device scales linearly with throughput. Using the SDIx inputs, the SPI-compatible serial interface can also daisy-chain multiple ADCs on a single 3-wire bus and provide an optional busy indicator. It is compatible with 1.8 V, 2.5 V, 3 V, or 5 V logic, using the separate VIOx supplies.
Analog Devices ADIS16488 Tactical Grade Ten Degrees of Freedom Inertial Sensors are part of an inertial system designed to provide a simple method for integrating accurate, multiaxis inertial sensing into industrial systems. Each inertial sensor in the ADIS16488A combines industry-leading iMEMS® technology with signal conditioning that optimizes dynamic performance. The factory calibration characterizes each sensor for sensitivity, bias, alignment, and linear acceleration (gyroscope bias). As a result, each sensor has its own dynamic compensation formulas that provide accurate sensor measurements. Applications include platform stabilization and control, navigation, personnel tracking, instrumentation, and robotics.
Analog Devices AD5683R/AD5682R/AD5681R/AD5683 are part of the nanoDAC+® family of low power, single-channel, 16-/14-/12-bit buffered voltage out DACs. The internal power-on reset circuit ensures that the DAC register is written to zero scale at power-up while the internal output buffer is configured in normal mode. The AD5683R/AD5682R/ AD5681R/AD5683 contain a power-down mode that reduces the current consumption of the device to 2μA (maximum) at 5V and provides software selectable output loads while in power-down mode. The devices, except the AD5683, include an enabled by default internal 2.5V reference, offering 2 ppm/°C drift. The output span can be programmed to be 0V to VREF or 0V to 2 × VREF. All devices operate from a single 2.7V to 5.5V supply and are guaranteed monotonic by design. The devices are available in a 2.00mm × 2.00 mm, 8-lead LFCSP or a 10-lead MSOP.
Analog Devices AD5310R/AD5311R are low power,
single-channel, 10-bit buffered voltage-out DACs in the nanoDAC® family.
With a 2.5V, 2 ppm/°C internal reference, the output span can be
programmed to be 0V to VREF or 0V to 2 ×VREF.
All devices operate from a single 2.7V to 5.5V supply and are
guaranteed monotonic by design. In addition, the AD5310R/AD5311R
incorporate a power-on reset circuit to ensure the DAC output powers up
to zero scale and remains there until a valid write takes place. The
device contains a power-down feature that reduces the current
consumption of the device to 2μA at 5V while in power-down mode. The
AD5310R/AD5311R use a versatile SPI or I2C interface, including an asynchronous RESET pin and a VLOGIC pin, allowing 1.8V compatibility. The devices are available in 10-lead MSOP packages.
Analog Devices AD8450 is a precision analog front end and controller for testing and monitoring battery cells. The precision programmable gain instrumentation amplifier (PGIA) measures the battery charge/discharge current, and a programmable gain difference amplifier (PGDA) measures the battery voltage. Internal laser trimmed resistor networks set the gains for the PGIA and the PGDA, optimizing the performance of the AD8450 over the rated temperature range of −40°C to +85°C. PGIA gains are 26, 66, 133, and 200. PGDA gains are 0.2, 0.27, 0.4, and 0.8. AD8450 includes resistor programmable overvoltage and overcurrent detection and current sharing circuitry. Current sharing is used to balance charge among multiple batteries. Available in a 80-lead, 14mm × 14mm × 1mm LQFP package, AD8450 simplifies designs by providing excellent accuracy, performance over temperature, flexibility with functionality, and overall reliability in a space-saving package.
Analog Devices ADAU1962 high performance, single chip,
digital-to- analog converter (DAC) provides 12 DACs with differential
outputs using the Analog Devices, Inc., patented multibit sigma-delta
(Σ-Δ) architecture. The SPI/I2C port allows a microcontroller to
adjust volume and many other parameters. The ADAU1962 operates from 2.5V
digital and 3.3V or 5V analog supplies. A linear regulator is included
to generate the digital supply voltage from the analog supply voltage.
ADAU1962 is designed for low electromagnetic interference (EMI), evident
in both the system and circuit design architectures. By using the
on-board phase-locked loop (PLL) to derive the internal master clock
from an external left-right frame clock (LRCLK)/frame clock, the
ADAU1962 eliminates the need for a separate high frequency master clock
and can be used with or without a bit clock. The DACs are designed using
the latest Analog Devices continuous time architectures to further
minimize EMI. By using 2.5V digital supplies, power consumption is
minimized and the digital waveforms are of a smaller amplitude, further
Analog Device's ADP1972 Buck or Boost PWM Controller is a constant frequency, voltage mode, pulse-width modulation (PWM) controller for buck or boost, dc-to-dc, asynchronous applications. The ADP1972 is designed for use in asynchronous battery testing applications with an external, high voltage field effect transistor (FET), half bridge driver, and an external control device, such as the AD8450. The asynchronous device operates as a buck converter in battery charge mode and operates as a boost converter in recycle mode to recycle energy to the input bus. The ADP1972 high voltage, VIN supply pin can withstand a maximum operating voltage of 60V and reduces the need for additional system supply voltages. The ADP1972 has integrated features such as precision enable, pin selective buck or boost mode operation, internal and external synchronization control with programmable phase shift, programmable maximum duty cycle, and programmable peak hiccup current limit.
Analog Devices ADA4304-3/-4 Single-Ended Active RF Splitters are 75Ω active splitters for use in applications where a lossless signal split is required. Typical applications include multituner digital set-top boxes, cable splitter modules, multituners/digital cable ready (DCR) televisions, and home gateways where traditional solutions require discrete passive splitter modules with separate fixed gain amplifiers. The ADA4304-3/-4 are fabricated using the Analog Devices, Inc., proprietary silicon germanium (SiGe), complementary bipolar process, enabling them to achieve very low levels of distortion with a noise figure of 4.6dB. The parts provide low cost alternatives that simplify designs and improve system performance by integrating a signal splitter element and a gain block into a single IC.
Analog Devices ADE7932/ADE7933 are isolated, sigma-delta analog-to-digital converters (Σ-Δ ADCs) for polyphase energy metering applications that use shunt current sensors. ADE7932 features two 24-bit ADCs, while the ADE7933 features three 24-bit ADCs. One channel is dedicated to measuring the voltage across the shunt when a shunt is used for current sensing. This channel has a signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of 67dB over a 3.3kHz signal bandwidth. Up to two additional channels are dedicated to measuring voltages, which are usually sensed using resistor dividers. These channels provide an SNR of 75dB over a 3.3kHz signal bandwidth. One voltage channel can be used to measure the temperature of the die via an internal sensor. Based on the Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology, the DC-to-DC converter provides the regulated power required by the first stage of the ADCs at a 3.3V input supply. The ADE7933/ADE7932 eliminate the need for an external DC-to-DC isolation block. The iCoupler chip scale transformer technology is used to isolate the logic signals between the first and second stages of the ADC. The result is a small form factor, total isolation solution.
Analog Devices AD7989-1/AD7989-5 18-Bit PulSAR ADCs are 18-bit, successive approximation, analog-to-digital converters (ADC) that operate from a single VDD power supply. AD7989-1/AD7989-5 contain a low power, high speed, 18-bit sampling ADC and a versatile serial interface port. On the CNV rising edge, the AD7989-1/AD7989-5 sample the voltage difference between the IN+ and IN− pins. The voltages on these pins usually swing in opposite phases between 0 V and VREF. The reference voltage, REF, is applied externally and can be set independent of the supply voltage, VDD. Its power scales linearly with throughput. With the SPI-compatible serial interface AD7989-1/AD7989-5 has the ability, using the SDI input, to daisy-chain several ADCs on a single 3-wire bus. The offering is compatible with 1.8V, 2.5V, 3V, and 5V logic, using the separate VIO supply. Available in a 10-lead MSOP or a 10-lead LFCSP with operation specified from −40°C to +85°C, AD7989-1/AD7989-5 18-Bit PulSAR ADCs are ideal for battery-powered equipment, data acquisition systems, medical instruments, and seismic data acquisition systems.
Analog Devices AD7091R-2/AD7091R-4/AD7091R-8 family features multichannel 12-bit, ultralow power, successive approximation analog-to-converters (ADC) available in two, four, or eight analog input channel options. The AD7091R-2/AD7091R-4/AD7091R-8 operate from a single 2.7V to 5.25V power supply and can achieve a sampling rate of 1 mega samples per second (MSPS). The AD7091R-2/ AD7091R-4/AD7091R-8 contain a wide bandwidth track-and-hold amplifier that can handle input frequencies in excess of 1.5 MHz. The AD7091R-2/AD7091R-4/AD7091R-8 also feature an on-chip conversion clock, an on-chip accurate 2.5V reference, and a high speed serial interface.
Analog Devices ADE7913/ADE7912 are fully isolated analog-to-digital
converters (ADCs) designed for a variety of applications such as
shunt-based polyphase meters, power quality monitoring, solar inverters,
process monitoring and protective devices. The devices incorporate
Analog Devices' patented iCoupler® and isoPower® technologies to
implement isolated signal transfer and DC-to-DC power conversion across a
5kV-rated insulation barrier. This integration enables the use of
shunt resistor sensing elements instead of current transformers (CTs),
thereby providing immunity to magnetic field interference and tampering.
The use of shunts instead of CTs also reduces system cost and size.
Analog Devices ADL5303 Data Converter is a monolithic logarithmic detector optimized to
measure low frequency signal power in fiber optic systems. Thanks to a
proprietary design and precise laser trimming, ADL5303
delivers a high degree of accuracy in a large measurement range.The
ADL5303 requires only a single positive supply, VPS,
of 5V. When using low supply voltages, designers can alter the log
slope to fit the available span. Low quiescent current and chip disable
facilitate use in battery-operated applications. The ADL5303 Data
Converter is especially well-suited for high accuracy optical power
measurement, wide range baseband log compression, and versatile detector
for APC loop applications.
Analog Devices AD9364 is a high performance, highly integrated radio frequency (RF) Agile Transceiver™ designed for use in 3G and 4G base station applications. The device combines an RF front end with a flexible mixed-signal baseband section and integrated frequency synthesizers. The transmitter uses a direct conversion architecture that achieves high modulation accuracy with ultra low noise. The on-board transmit (Tx) power monitor can be used as a power detector, enabling highly accurate Tx power measurements. The fully integrated phase-locked loops (PLLs) provide low power fractional-N frequency synthesis for all Rx and Tx channels. All VCO and loop filter components are integrated. The core of the AD9364 can be powered directly from a 1.3 V regulator. The IC is controlled via a standard 4-wire serial port and four real-time input control pins. Comprehensive power-down modes are included to minimize power consumption during normal use. Analog Devices AD9364 wideband capability make it ideal for a broad range of transceiver applications.
ADI AD9361 is a high performance, highly integrated RF Agile Transceiver™. Its programmability and wideband capability make it ideal for a broad range of transceiver applications. The device combines an RF front end with a flexible mixed-signal baseband section and integrated frequency synthesizers, simplifying design-in by providing a configurable digital interface to a processor. The AD9361 operates in the 70 MHz to 6.0 GHz range, covering most licensed and unlicensed bands. Channel bandwidths from less than 200 kHz to 56 MHz are supported. The AD9361 is packaged in a 10 mm × 10 mm, 144-ball chip scale package ball grid array (CSP_BGA).
ADI AD9249 Analog to Digital Converter is 16-channel, 14-bit, 65 MSPS ADC with an on-chip sample-and-hold circuit that is designed for low cost, low power, small size, and ease of use. The device operates at a conversion rate of up to 65 MSPS and is optimized for outstanding dynamic performance and low power in applications where a small package size is critical. The ADC requires a single 1.8 V power supply and an LVPECL-/ CMOS-/LVDS-compatible sample rate clock for full performance operation. No external reference or driver components are required for many applications. The AD9249 automatically multiplies the sample rate clock for the appropriate LVDS serial data rate. Data clock outputs (DCO±1, DCO±2) for capturing data on the output and frame clock outputs (FCO±1, FCO±2) for signaling a new output byte are provided. Individual channel power-down is supported, and the device typically consumes less than 2 mW when all channels are disabled. The ADC contains several features designed to maximize flexibility and minimize system cost, such as programmable clock and data alignment and programmable digital test pattern generation. The AD9249 is available in an RoHS-compliant, 144-ball CSP-BGA. It is specified over the industrial temperature range of −40°C to +85°C.
ADI ADAU1452 SigmaDSP Digital Audio Processor is automotive-qualified and far exceeds the digital signal processing capabilities of earlier SigmaDSP® devices. Its restructured hardware architecture is optimized for efficient audio processing. The audio processing algorithms are realized in sample-by-sample and block-by-block paradigms, which can both be executed simultaneously in a signal processing flow created using the graphical programming tool, SigmaStudio™. The new digital signal processor (DSP) core architecture enables some types of audio processing algorithms to be executed using significantly fewer instructions than were required on previous SigmaDSP generations, leading to vastly improved code efficiency.
Analog Devices' ADuM7223 is a 4.0A isolated, half-bridge gate driver designed using Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology to provide independent and isolated high-side and low-side outputs. Combining high speed CMOS and monolithic transformer technology, these isolation components offer outstanding performance characteristics superior to alternatives such as the combination of pulse transformers and non-isolated gate drivers. Featuring two independent isolation channels, ADuM7223 operates with an input supply ranging from 3.0V to 5.5V, providing compatibility with lower voltage systems. The outputs operate in a wide range from 4.5V to 18V with three output voltage versions available. The 5mm × 5mm, LGA package provides 565V operating voltage from input to output and 700V from output to output. By integrating the isolator and driver in a single package, propagation delay is a maximum of only 64ns, and the propagation skew from channel to channel is a maximum of only 12ns at 12V. Compared to gate drivers using high voltage level translation methodologies, ADuM7223 offers the benefit of true, galvanic isolation between the input and each output. As a result, this gate driver provides reliable control over the switching characteristics of IGBT/MOSFET configurations over a wide range of positive or negative switching voltages.
Analog Devices AD-DPGIOZ Data Pattern Generator/Receiver provides pattern generation and receiving capabilities to compliment several evaluation boards from Analog Devices. DPGI/O connects to a PC over USB, and allows a user to download a vector from their PC into the DPGI/O’s internal memory, or to receive a vector from an evaluation board and transfer it to the PC.
Analog Devices AD9139 DAC is a 16-bit, high dynamic range
digital-to-analog converter (DAC) that provides a sample rate of 1600
MSPS, permitting a multicarrier generation up to the Nyquist frequency.
The AD9139 TxDAC+® includes features optimized for wideband
communication applications, including 1× and 2× interpolation, a delay
locked loop (DLL) powered high speed interface, sample error detection,
and parity detection. A 3-wire serial port interface provides for the
programming/readback of many internal parameters. A full-scale output
current can be programmed over a range of 9 mA up to 33 mA. The AD9139
is ideal for wideband communications, transmit diversity/MIMO,
instrumentation, and automated test equipment.
Analog Devices AD8418A Bidirectional, Current Sense Amplifier is a high voltage, high resolution current shunt amplifier featuring an initial gain of 20 V/V, with a maximum ±0.2% gain error. Qualified for automotive applications, the device provides breakthrough performance throughout the −40°C to +125°C operating temperature range. The EMI filters and patented circuitry enable output accuracy with pulse-width modulation (PWM) type input common-mode voltages. AD8418A offers a typical input offset voltage of ±200 μV and an excellent input common-mode rejection ratio of 86 dB, dc to 10 kHz from −2 V to +70 V. The zero drift core leads to a typical offset drift of 0.1 μV/°C throughout the operating temperature and the common-mode voltage range. The design makes the AD8418A Current Sense Amplifier ideal for performing bidirectional current measurements across a shunt resistor in a variety of automotive and industrial applications including motor control, power management, and solenoid control.
Analog Devices ADuM124x Dual-Channel Digital Isolators are micropower digital isolators that are based on the Analog Devices iCoupler® technology. Combining high speed CMOS and monolithic air core transformer technologies, these isolation components provide outstanding performance characteristics superior to alternatives, such as optocoupler devices, yet consume extremely low power. This series of dual, 3.75kVrms digital isolation devices operate with supplies as low as 2.25V and typically consume a minimal current of less than 6μA per channel at data rates below 20kbps, a fraction of the power of comparable isolators at comparable data rates (up to 2Mbps). In addition, all models provide low pulse width distortion (<8ns) and an input glitch filter for extraneous noise disturbance protection. All models operate with an independent supply voltage on either side (between 2.25V and 3.6V), providing compatibility with lower voltage systems and enabling voltage level translation functionality across the isolation barrier. In the absence of input power, the products default to a predetermined output logic state: the ADuM1240 and ADuM1241 default to high output, and the ADuM1245 and ADuM1246 default to low output.
Analog Devices ADM8323/ADM8324 Supervisory Circuits monitor power supply voltage levels and code execution integrity in microprocessor-based systems. An on-chip watchdog timer checks for activity within a preset timeout window. A reset signal can also be asserted by an external push-button switch through a manual reset input. The RESET output is either push-pull (ADM8323) or open-drain (ADM8324). A watchdog failure results in a low output on the RESET pin. A failure can be triggered either by a fast watchdog error (watchdog pulses too close together) or by a slow watchdog error (no watchdog pulse within the timeout period). This effectively gives a window in which to observe the watchdog pulse. The watchdog timeout is measured from the last falling edge of the watchdog input (WDI). The ADM8323/ADM8324 are available in a 5-lead SOT-23 package and typically consume only 10μA, making them suitable for use in low power portable applications.
Analog Devices ADM8321 Supervisory Circuit monitors power supply voltage levels and code execution integrity in microprocessor-based systems. As well as providing power-on reset signals, an on-chip watchdog timer can reset the microprocessor if it fails to strobe within a preset timeout period. A reset signal can also be asserted by an external push-button switch through a manual reset input. It features a watchdog input, output stage configuration (open-drain and push-pull). This device comes with a reset threshold of 3.0V, a reset timeout of 1ms (minimum) and a timeout of 1.6sec (typical). It comes in a 5-lead SOT-23 package and typically consumes only 10μA, making it suitable for use in low power, portable applications.
Analog Devices ADM7151 RF Linear Regulator is a low dropout (LDO) linear regulator that operates from 4.5V to 16V and provides up to 800mA of output current. Using an advanced proprietary architecture, it provides high power supply rejection (>90dB from 1kHz to 1MHz), ultra-low noise, and excellent line and load transient response with a 10μF ceramic output capacitor. The output voltage can be set to any voltage between 1.5V and 4.0V with two resistors. The ADM7151 regulator output noise is 1.0μV rms from 100Hz to 100kHz, and the noise spectral density is 1.7nV/√Hz from 10kHz to 1MHz. The ADM7151 is a very compact solution, and also provides excellent thermal performance for applications requiring up to 800 mA of output current in a small, low profile footprint.
Evaluation hardware for the ADSP-CM40x provides a low-cost hardware
solution for development. The ADSP-CM403F EZ-KIT Lite and the
ADSP-CM408F EZ-KIT Lite include all hardware necessary to immediately
begin evaluation. Other development boards can be purchased without a
Analog Devices ADSP-CM40x Mixed Signal Control Processors utilize the ARM® Cortex®-M4 processor core, integrated with high precision ADCs, digital accelerators, filters, SRAM, flash memories, and a rich set of peripherals. The ADSP-CM40x processors are suitable for a wide myriad of embedded applications requiring high performance real-time control and analog conversion, such as motor control and industrial applications.
Analog Devices AD5689, AD5689R Dual 16-Bit nanoDAC+™ is a member of the nanoDAC+™ family low power, dual, 16-bit, buffered voltage output digital-to-analog converter (DAC). It includes a gain select pin giving a full-scale output of 2.5V (gain = 1) or 5V (gain = 2). The AD5689 operates from a single 2.7V to 5.5V supply, are guaranteed monotonic by design, and exhibit less than 0.1% FSR gain error and 1.5mV offset error performance. It also incorporate a power-on reset circuit and a RSTSEL pin that ensures that the DAC outputs power up to zero scale or midscale and remain there until a valid write takes place. Each contains a per channel power-down feature that reduces the current consumption of the device to 4μA at 3V while in power-down mode.
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