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Digital still cameras are all about the user experience–that's why more than half have ADI inside.

Crisp images. Clear remote audio. Long battery life. When the leading manufacturers of digital still cameras (DSCs) seek to deliver the best user experience, they turn to Analog Devices for its proven credentials as an active partner on the design team. Our years of experience and applications expertise help manufacturers bring the newest DSCs to market on time and on budget. But it's not only camera designers and users who benefit from our extensive portfolio of high performance analog and mixed signal ICs�we're also at the forefront of medical, automotive, communications, and industrial technologies. Wherever user experience defines the design, Analog Devices defines the possibilities. more ...


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Featured Products
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AD9920A 12-Bit CCD Signal Processor with V-Driver and Precision Timing Generator Order Samples
SSM2301 Filterless High Efficiency Mono 1.4 W Class-D Audio Amplifier Order Samples
ADV7520NK Low Power HDMI/DVI Transmitter with Consumer Electronic Control (CEC) Order Samples

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Additional industry-leading technology for camera imaging and video designs:

Lens Driver Components

Advantiv Solutions for Advanced TV

Power Management

Motion sensors

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Press Releases:

Industry's First HDMI™ Transmitter To Feature On-Chip Consumer Electronic Control Support, August 2007
ADV7520NK simplifies portable HDMI product design by integrating consumer electronic control functions allowing end users to command multiple A/V devices with one remote.

Analog Devices Adds Excitement To Today's Best Selling Digital Consumer Electronics Products, Janaury 2007
In the home, hand and car, ADI's signal processing know-how is behind the outstanding audio and video image quality, realistic game play and new levels of mobility in an assortment of consumer goods.

Analog Devices Targets HDTV And Portable High-Definition Video By Expanding Industry's Broadest Line Of HDMI Components, December 2006
Multiplexers, receiver and transmitters support HDMI v1.3 to capture and display 'deep color' content in HDTVs and enable low-power, high-definition handheld video applications.

Analog Devices Drives High-Definition Content in Consumer Electronics with Industry's Broadest Portfolio of HDMI ICs, August 2006
HDMI transmitters, receivers and multiplexers enable the delivery of high-definition video and audio content from DVD players, set-top boxes, cameras and gaming consoles to advanced televisions.

Analog Devices Introduces Class-D Audio Amplifiers for Portable Consumer Electronics, August 2006
ADI's low-power, SSM2301 and SSM2304 Class-D amplifiers employ sigma-delta modulation to reduce EMI and filterless topology to conserve board space.

Analog Devices' Technology Drives Innovation Behind Today's Most Popular Consumer Electronics Products, January 2006
Digital, mobile lifestyle trend fuels demand for high-performance signal processing in digital television and home entertainment, portable media systems and digital cameras.

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Technical Articles:

Selecting an Analog Front End for Imaging Applications
Every imaging system starts with an image sensor. The signal from the sensor must be processed in the analog domain, converted to digital, and further processed in the digital domain. This allows the image to be analyzed, manipulated and enhanced, prior to storage, display, transmission, and/or further processing. more ...

Lens Driver Focus on Performance in High-Resolution Camera Modules
You are probably aware that your mobile phone has a camera module in it; but if it's more than a few months old, or it wasn't terribly expensive, it's a good bet that, if you photograph someone committing a crime, the resulting blurry images� whether due to insuff icient resolution, poor focusing, or movement during exposure–will not be admissible in court. more ...

Toward More-Compact Digital Microphones
With more than two billion microphones sold each year, the microphone market is of interest by virtue of its volume. About half of that market is for very inexpensive, low-grade microphones for the toy market and other applications where size and performance are not critical parameters. more ...

Class D Audio Amplifiers: What, Why, and How
Class D amplifiers, first proposed in 1958, have become increasingly popular in recent years. What are Class D amplifiers? How do they compare with other kinds of amplifiers? Why is Class D of interest for audio? What is needed to make a "good" audio Class D amplifier? What are the features of ADI's Class D amplifier products? Find the answers to all these questions in the following pages. more ...

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