As new markets and applications continue to emerge, the demand for mobile data has skyrocketed. There is no solution other than deploying more cellular sites at greater density. These factors will directly affect the design of macro base station, small base station and femtobase station products. Now that radios support multi-band operation, power amplifier (PA) design engineers are trying to push the output power of PA to higher limits/levels.
As systems become more data-centric, monitors in industrial, iot, home medical wearables, fitness and health are experiencing explosive growth. These data-centric systems are increasingly demanding more features and lower power consumption. This trend is driven by intelligent systems that actively monitor a person or environment and make predictive responses, including alarms, actions, or recommended actions.
Giving the robot the ability to perceive and move the environment makes the robot safer and more mobile. If combined with Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, it will make the robot smarter and more practical, making the future development of robots very imaginative space. This article will explore the development of robot perception and AI technology, as well as the related solutions introduced by many manufacturers.
There are thousands of different switching regulators on the market, and users choose the type they want based on different parameters, such as input voltage range, output voltage range, maximum output current, and many other parameters. In this article, ADI introduces current mode, an important feature commonly found in data books, and analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of this mode.
Analog Devices, the world's leading semiconductor company, has announced a €630 million investment in a new 45,000 sq ft advanced R&D and manufacturing facility at its European regional headquarters in Raheen Business Park, Limerick, Ireland.
AD-SYNCHRONA14-EBZ is a standalone device that is ideal for evaluation and prototyping applications that require high precision frequency and phase control source clocks. Based on AD9545 and HMC7044, the device greatly simplifies clock allocation and multi-channel synchronization in complex systems
Under the booming development, as the application model project of industrial Internet deployment, predictive maintenance is expected to become one of the killer applications of IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things). In particular, the enabling of sensor technology and artificial intelligence algorithm greatly enhances its practicability and greatly improves its prediction accuracy. ADI Smart Motor Senor (SMS) is a typical predictive maintenance product design
HMC900LP5E is a six-order, programmable bandwidth, fully calibrated, double low-pass filter. It has 0 or 10 dB input gain Settings, supports arbitrary bandwidth from 3.5 MHz to 50 MHz, and when calibrated, is accurate to +/-2.5% of the required bandwidth. It is packaged in a compact 5x5mm SMT QFN package that requires minimal external components, providing a low cost alternative to more complex switched discrete filter architectures.
The AD6645 is a high-speed, high-performance, monolithic 14-bit analog-to-digital converter (ADC). The chip contains all the necessary features, including Trace and Hold (T/H) and reference, to provide a complete conversion solution. Units are available in 52 Lead Exposure Pads (TQFP_EP) packaging with specified ranges −40°C to +85°C, at 80 MSPS and −10°C to +85°C, at 105 MSPS.
The DAC8043A is an improved high-precision 12-bit multiplicative digital-to-analog converter in a PDIP package and a 1.75 mm height SOIC-8 surface-mount package with a space-saving 8-lead package. Suitable for extended industrial temperature range (-40°C to +85°C). And with serial input, dual buffering and excellent analog performance, it is ideal for PC board space is very important applications.
The AD1674 is a complete multipurpose 12-bit ADC consisting of a user transparent onboard sampling-hold amplifier (SHA), a 10-volt reference, a clock, and a three-state output buffer for microprocessor interfaces.
The ADUC816 is a complete smart sensor front end that integrates two high-resolution sigma-delta ADCs, an 8-bit MCU and program/data Flash/EE memory on a single chip. ADUC816 is packaged in a 52-pin MQFP package. The unit operates from a single 3v or 5v power supply. The unit consumes less than 10mw when using a 3v power supply and is packaged with 52-pin MQFP and 56-pin LFCSP.
The AD7892 is a high-speed, low-power, 12-bit a/D converter powered by a single+5V power supply. The device contains a 1.47 µ s successive approximation ADC, an on-chip tracking/holding amplifier, an internal+2.5 V reference, and an on-chip general-purpose interface architecture that allows serial and parallel connections to microprocessors.
The AD8226 is a low-cost, wide-range instrument amplifier that requires only one external resistor to set the gain between 1 and 1000. It is designed for various signal voltages. Using an 8-pin MSOP and SOIC package, it is fully suitable for operation from − 40 ° C to+125 ° C. Ideal for industrial applications with multiple channels and limited space.
The HMC1190ALP6NE is a high linearity broadband dual channel down conversion mixer that integrates a phase locked loop and a voltage controlled oscillator, optimized for multi standard receiver applications that require a compact, low-power design. A compact 6x6mm lead-free QFN package that meets RoHS standards is used. The integrated broadband limited LO amplifier enables the HMC1190ALP6NE to achieve unprecedented RF bandwidth of 700 MHz to 3800 MHz, suitable for applications such as cellular/3G, LTE/WiMAX/4G, and more.
The AD8018 is suitable for single power (5 V) xDSL modems, where high output current and low distortion are necessary to achieve maximum transmission range. Dual high-speed amplifiers are capable of driving low distortion signals to within 0.5 V of the power rail. Each amplifier can drive a 400 mA current to 10 Ω (differential) while maintaining an - 82 dBc out of band SFDR.
The LTC3122 is a synchronous boost DC/DC converter with true output disconnection and inrush current limitation. The 2.5A current limit and the ability to program output voltages up to 15V make the LTC3122 ideal for a variety of demanding applications. The LTC3122 is offered in a low-spec 12-lead (3mm x 4mm x 0.75mm) DFN package and a 12-lead thermal enhanced MSOP package
The HMC197BE is a low-cost SPDT switch in a 6-pin SOT26 plastic package for general switching applications requiring very low insertion loss and a very small size. The device can control signals from DC to 3 GHz, especially for 900 MHz, 1.8-2.2 GHz, and 2.4 GHz ISM applications with losses of less than 1 dB.