Analog Devices amplifiers deliver high performance by combining circuit design and manufacturing process innovation to simplify signal conditioning design.
Beginning with the industry’s first differential amplifier, ADI has developed a portfolio of ADC drivers to meet any performance requirement.
Beginning with the industry’s first differential amplifier, Analog Devices has developed a portfolio of fully differential amplifiers to meet your performance requirements.
ADI’s portfolio of high speed op amps and precision op amps provides a broad range of single-ended amplifiers that deliver unmatched performance.
ADI single-ended to differential amplifiers enable the processing of both single-ended inputs to complementary differential outputs or differential inputs to differential outputs.
Differential amplifiers from Analog Devices are highly integrated and optimized for a diverse range of differential signaling applications.
ADI single ended to differential amplifiers enable the processing of both single ended inputs to complementary differential outputs or differential inputs to differential outputs.
Analog Devices offers a complete line of precision, low noise, low power in-amps with an excellent common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) for every application and market.
Linear isolators provide power supply designers with a higher performing, single chip alternative to isolation techniques based on optocouplers and shunt regulators.
ADI’s portfolio of high speed op amps and precision op amps provides a broad choice of products delivering unmatched performance.
Analog Devices high speed (> 50 MHz) current feedback op amps allow you to operate at high speeds and have wider bandwidths and higher slew rates than voltage feedback amplifiers.
ADI’s portfolio of general purpose amplifiers includes high speed op amps, precision op amps, and instrumentation amps that deliver unmatched performance and exceptional value.
ADI’s high speed, high output current (≥100 mA), op amps drive low impedance loads with excellent linearity and set the most performance standards for next-generation designs.
Analog Devices high speed (> 50 MHz) amplifiers are the top selling brand of high speed amplifiers in the world today, and set the most standards for next generation designs.
Analog Devices’ new high voltage amplifiers offer industry-leading features improving system performance, cost, and robustness while easing the complexity of system design.
Analog Devices JFET input op amps provide high input impedance and ultralow input bias currents for precision and high speed applications.
Analog Devices has a number of low input bias current op amps that fit the definition and range of applications such as photodiodes, pH meters, and other electrometer functions.
ADI’s low noise (≤10nV/√Hz) op amps include many amps with the lowest noise performance in the industry, enabling better signal fidelity in the most demanding conditions.
ADI low power op amps offer a variety of benefits in many applications such as prolonging battery life, easing waste heat management in end equipment, and reducing self heating.
Analog Devices has a large and growing portfolio of low voltage op amps, offering system designers the flexibility to select specific op amps to fit their diverse applications.
Analog Devices’ broad range of precision amplifiers provides industry-leading support to designers in need of traditional trimmed and zero-drift amplifier technology.
Analog Devices high speed (> 50 MHz) rail-to-rail op amps portfolio offers a wide variety of op amps, including both rail-to-rail input/output as well as just rail-to-rail output.
ADI is the leader in low drift op amp architecture and we offer a broad portfolio of zero-drift amps to help designers overcome problems such as temperature drift and 1/f noise.
ADI’s extensive family of single-ended, input/output fixed-gain RF amplifiers utilize the company’s leading amplifier and RF IC expertise.
ADI’s extensive family of single-ended input/output, fixed-gain RF amplifiers can be used from dc to microwave and include a variety of applications.
ADI’s extensive family of single-ended input/output, fixed-gain RF amplifiers can be used from dc to microwave and include gain blocks, low noise amplifiers, and driver amplifiers.
ADI’s extensive family of single-ended input/output, fixed-gain RF amplifiers includes technology such as low noise amplifiers, gain blocks, and intermediate frequency amplifiers.
Analog Devices MMIC-based GaN and GaAs power amplifiers cover the low hundred MHz frequency range up through and including components in the W band (75 GHz to 110 GHz).
RF amplifier bias controllers generate a regulated drain voltage and actively adjusts the gate voltage of an external amplifier to achieve constant bias current.
Analog Devices GaAs MMIC-based wideband distributed amplifiers cover the dc to 65 GHz frequency range in various ultrawide bandwidths.
ADI offers a broad portfolio of high performance RF detectors to measure RF and IF signals in wireless systems.
Recognized as the pioneer and leader in RF detectors, ADI offers a broad portfolio of high performance logarithmic amplifiers and TruPwr™ rms detectors.
Recognized as the pioneer and leader in RF detectors, ADI offers a broad portfolio of high performance logarithmic amplifiers and TruPwr™ rms responding detectors.
ADI translinear logarithmic amplifiers utilize advanced translinear techniques to provide an exceptionally large dynamic range in a versatile and easily used form.
Analog Devices offers a wide range of instrumentation, current sense, differential, and variable gain amplifiers for special functions and operations.
ADI high performance CATV line drivers enable the implementation of the most advanced cable modems and set top boxes on the market.
Analog Devices’ charge integrator amplifiers convert the charge acquired by X-ray or photodiode detectors to a voltage. The channels use typical high input impedance CMOS gates.
Analog Devices’ current sense amplifiers offer excellent performance for a wide array of automotive and power management applications without sacrificing on cost and package size.
Analog Devices offers a range of difference amplifiers—special purpose amplifiers designed to measure a differential signal, otherwise known as a subtractor.
ADI’s industrial d/a converters and drivers provide a range of programmable output ranges from standard 4 mA to 20 mA for current loop communication to ±10 V for actuator control.
ADI signal conditioning ICs, together with linear variable differential transformers (LVDTs), can be used to convert mechanical position to a dc voltage.
Analog Devices optical transimpedance amplifiers offer a complete, high performance, single chip solution for converting photodiode current into a differential voltage input.
ADI optoelectronic amplifiers include a range of germanium photodiodes that have been monolithically integrated with silicon transimpedance amplifiers and limiting amplifiers.
Analog Devices’ power monitoring amplifiers provide an integrated solution for digital current and voltage measurement via an on-chip, 12-bit analog-to-digital converter.
Analog Devices offers a portfolio of sample-and-hold amplifiers and track and hold amplifiers that combine speed with precision to acquire the signal you need.