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.
Isolation amplifiers protect data acquisition components from destructive voltages present at remote transducers, and can eliminate measurement errors caused by ground loops.
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).
ADI’s extensive family of single-ended input/output, fixed-gain RF amplifiers includes technology such as RF/IF differential amplifiers, gain blocks, and low noise amplifiers.
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 active RF splitters enable the implementation of the most advanced cable modems and set top boxes on the market.
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.
Analog Devices high gain limiting amplifiers offer low power and excellent sensitivity, and are optimized for SFP/SFF/GBIC datacom and telecom optical transceiver modules.
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 specialized precision thermocouple interface amplifiers that provide a simple and effective solution for measuring thermocouple temperatures.
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.
Analog Devices xDSL line driver amplifiers provide industry-leading performance for cable set top boxes, cable modems, xDSL modems, and xDSL central office line cards.
Variable gain amplifiers are used in remote sensing and communications equipment. Their applications include ultrasound, radar, lidar, wireless communications, and speech analysis.
ADI RF VGAs, IF VGAs, and variable gain control products offer the high performance needed for communications, instrumentation, and military designs.
ADI digital controlled variable gain amplifiers provide discrete levels of gain control over a fixed number of control bits for a variety of audio and optical frequency bands.
Analog Devices voltage controlled variable gain amplifiers provide continuous gain control over a wide dynamic range for a variety of audio and optical frequency bands.
Analog Devices’ easy to use video amplifiers are specifically optimized for a particular gain, which helps minimize design time.
ADI’s industry-leading multiformat television and analog encoders provide a robust, high performance solution for Analog SD/HD/VGA and video decoding requirements.
Analog Devices high speed, differential receivers and CAT-5 cable equalizers compensate for the transmission losses of UTP and coaxial cables up to 300 meters in length.
Analog Devices provides designers with a robust portfolio of high speed triple, differential, and single-ended input to differential output CAT-5 video drivers.
ADI high speed, differential CAT-5 video receivers and equalizers compensate for the transmission losses of UTP and coaxial cables up to 300 meters in length.
ADI’s X-stream™ family of digital switches includes high speed buffered crosspoints that are ideal for WDM, enterprise, and metro networking systems.
ADI offers the industry’s largest selection of high speed buffered multiplexers, as well as the industry’s best RON performance.
When your design calls for an amplifier with a video buffer gain equal to 1 or 2, Analog Devices has the answer. Our amps are designed for G=1 and G=2 to help minimize design time.
ADI video amplifiers, buffers, and filters provide an ideal solution for your video amplification needs and include on-chip options to help you minimize design time.
ADI high performance video RF splitters and drivers enable the implementation of the most advanced cable modems and set top boxes on the market.
Analog Devices offers the industry’s largest A/D converter portfolio. These converters enable reliable conversion performance with product performance, power, and cost in mind.
Analog Devices A/D converters feature a variety of breakthrough capabilities, including the compact design, low power, and low cost required by today’s most advanced systems.
ADI high speed A/D converters (>10 MSPS) offer the best performance and highest sampling speed in the market and include solutions for all high speed conversion applications.
Analog Devices low IF A/D converters feature sampling ranges between 10 MSPS to 125 MSPS while providing a best-in-class signal-to-noise ratio and spurious-free dynamic range.
ADI high IF A/D converters have been optimized for SFDR and SNR while including digital signal processing features to provide best-in-class dynamic range across the Nyquist zone.
ADI wideband A/D converters provide sampling rates over 1 GSPS to help meet the increasing demand for flexible platforms, higher data rates, and optimized signal portioning.
To meet the varied demands of the worldwide market, ADI provides an extensive portfolio of integrated and special purpose converters to support a broad range of industries.
ADI’s audio codecs feature extended temperature ranges, low noise and distortion, and easy multichannel interfacing for use in common DSPs such as SHARC®.
ADI offers the first high precision, fully integrated CDCs that address the complex signal processing challenges of direct capacitance-to-digital conversion.
Analog Devices CapTouch™ controllers deliver highly accurate and robust measurement of capacitance sensors used to implement user interface functions.
ADI’s digital up/downconverters act as the frequency translator and digital filter between data converters and DSP blocks, while meeting many digital data conversion requirements.
ADI’s energy measurement ICs address the challenges of smart meter architecture and are ideal for measuring active energy, apparent energy, reactive energy, rms, and power quality.
High speed codec/AFE products are components optimized to make use of smart partitioning by integrating amplifiers, filters, receive ADCs, and/or transmit path data conversions.
ADI’s analog and digital temperature sensors provide users with temperature sensing and measurement with precise accuracy and reliability.
ADI polyphase metering ICs possess the signal processing required to perform active, reactive, and apparent energy measurement, as well as rms calculations.
ADI offers a range of controller ICs for use with 4-wire resistive touch screens. These controllers have 12-bit resolution, SPI/I2C interface options, and low power consumption.
Analog Devices supports a range of high accuracy energy measurement ICs intended for single phase applications.
A resolver-to-digital or a synchro-to-digital converter converts electric signals noting a rotating shaft’s angular position and/or velocity into a corresponding digital output.
For designs requiring complementary high precision, high speed video digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital converters, Analog Devices offers a single generation of video codecs.
ADI voltage-to-frequency converters are ideally suited for use in ADCs, long-term integration, linear frequency modulation and demodulation, and frequency to voltage conversion.
When you select an ADI precision ADC, you are selecting from the industry-leading portfolio in ac and dc performance, with products ranging from 8-bit to 32-bit resolution.
ADI’s integrated monitoring and control component portfolio combines ADCs, DACs, temperature sensors, GPIOs, and current sensing technologies in a wide range of configurations.
In the motor control arena, ADI’s converters solve the challenges associated with current and voltage monitoring, optical encoder feedback, and resolver-to-digital conversion.
ADI multichannel precision ADCs span 8-bit to 24-bit resolutions, throughputs from kSPS to 10 MSPS, and offer leading performance in noise, linearity, and dynamic range.
ADI single-channel precision ADCs span 8-bit to 24-bit resolutions, throughputs from kSPS to 10 MSPS, and offer industry-leading performance in noise, linearity, and dynamic range.
ADI simultaneous sampling precision ADCs offer multiple discrete A/D converters in a single package and accommodate up to 12 channels and span resolutions from kSPS to 5 MSPS.
To meet increasingly diverse market needs, ADI offers application-specific standard products for automotive, industrial, ATE, medical, and military and aerospace applications.
ADI provides a complete portfolio of automatic test equipment signal chain solutions to meet today's demanding SOC, DRAM, and flash memory tester applications.
ADI ATE level setting D/A converters help attain precise control for ATE functionality, with our products offering between two channels and 40 channels with up to 16-bit accuracy.
ADI high performance, highly integrated PMUs include programmable modes to force a pin voltage and measure the corresponding current or force a current and measure the voltage.
The ADI ADATE207 offers a capable solution for automatic test equipment with four independent channels and a 100 MHz base vector rate of timing and formatting for ATE digital pins.
To create safer, greener, and more comfortable automobiles, designers are using ADI converter, amplifier, MEMS, and other technologies for low cost, high performance solutions.
ADI provides leading edge technology for the automotive radar market with our high performance ICs, which enable features such as blind spot detection and collision mitigation.
ADI provides an extensive portfolio of precision analog front ends and controllers, as well as integrated monitoring and control components, for industrial applications.
ADI analog front ends and controllers for testing and monitoring battery cells provide excellent accuracy, performance over temperature, flexibility, and reliability.
ADI mixed-signal, MEMS, and digital processing medical technologies result from our true systems approach to functional integration and collaboration with the healthcare industry.
ADI current-to-digital converter technology redefines high slice count computer tomography (CT) systems by accurately capturing real-time moving images and reducing scan time.
ADI analog-to-digital converters, amplifiers, and analog front ends enable fast digital X-ray systems to meet the requirements of the growing, high performance portable market.
Analog Devices microcontrollers, converters, and amplifiers provide designers with discrete, integrated solutions for their ECG applications.
The future of portable health applications begins with Analog Devices healthcare meter on a chip technology, which provides a high precision, low power solution for designers.
The ADI ultrasound portfolio helps designers maximize image quality, reduce power consumption, and lower costs in cart-based and battery-powered portable ultrasound equipment.
The ADI military and aerospace portfolio spans from precision sensors, signal conditioners, and data converters to microprocessor interface solutions and digital signal processors.
The ADI aerospace portfolio spans from precision sensors, signal conditioners, and data converters to microprocessor interface solutions and digital signal processors.
The ADI military portfolio spans from precision sensors, signal conditioners, and data converters to microprocessor interface solutions and digital signal processors.
ADI multichip products leverage ADI silicon into a single package that provides a robust, cost effective, and space saving solution.
ADI’s Advantiv® portfolio delivers cost effective analog, digital, and mixed-signal solutions that bring the most advanced TVs to life.
Analog Devices’ display interface products support RGB, component analog video, DVI, and HDMI display standards to meet today’s higher display system standards.
ADI HDMI/DVI transmitters combine support of the latest specifications and robust interoperability to help distinguish them in an increasingly HDMI® dominated market.
ADI HDMI®/DVI switches and buffers empower designers to easily expand the number of HDMI inputs in their systems.
ADI HDMI® transceiver products cover a range of transceivers compatible with the latest HDMI specifications, including full crosspoint transceivers with multiple HDMI inputs.
ADI HDMI®/DVI receivers support the latest HDMI specifications, feature superior quality equalization, and are used in room box, portable, and automotive applications.
ADI offers audio ADCs for applications such as automotive, home theater, consumer audio, and PCs. These ADCs offer cost effective solutions to ADI’s diverse processor products.
Analog Devices offers a wide range of audio amplifiers, including industry-leading microphone preamps, microphone drivers, line drivers, and receivers.
ADI audio line driver and receiver solutions feature differential output buffer amplifiers and differential input buffer amplifiers to support a wide range of applications.
ADI’s industry-leading audio signal processors include Class-A, Class-B, and Class-D audio amplifiers that deliver high performance with proven analog and digital technology.
Analog Devices microphone preamplifiers provide a high fidelity, high performance solution for professional and consumer audio products.
ADI’s audio codecs feature extended temperature ranges, low noise and distortion, and easy multichannel interfacing for use in a variety of applications.
ADI’s audio DACs are suited for applications such as automotive audio, DVD players and recorders, audio video receivers, professional mixing consoles, and digital effects boxes.
Many of ADI’s processors integrate high performance audio ADCs and DACs to build a full audio system on chip, and ADI's SHARC® processors are leaders in quality audio processing.
SigmaDSP® audio processors are fully programmable, single chip audio DSPs that are easily configurable through the SigmaStudio™ graphical development tool.
SigmaDSP® processors are fully programmable, single chip audio DSPs that are easily configurable through the SigmaStudio™ graphical development tool.
Many leading manufacturers of digital still cameras, camcorders, scanners, and other imaging systems depend on ADI’s products for high performance and low power dissipation.
To meet the demanding performance targets for consumer display products, ADI developed a line of LCD micro display drivers optimized for diverse panel sizes and performance levels.
Analog Devices analog LCD display drivers provide a range of high slew rate, high capacitive options for both industrial and commercial applications.
Analog Devices DecDriver® family of digital LCD display drivers helps meet the increasing demand for higher resolution displays in home entertainment and home theater.
ADI’s lens drivers integrate waveform control, power management, signal processing, and travel control to provide the smallest, lowest power, complete system solutions.
ADI’s sample rate converters feature industry-leading audio performance and conversion ratios. These converters can be used in high end and price conscious consumer applications.
Analog Devices’ easy to use amplifiers are specifically optimized for a particular gain, which helps minimize design time.
Analog Devices video cable filters provide a number of solutions to meet your system needs when processing SD or HD video.
As the leader in JPEG200-based video compression technology, ADI has established its AVD2xx family as the standard in high quality video compression.
ADI offers a range of multiformat video decoder ICs to digitize and convert SDTV, EDTV, HDTV, and PC-RGB signals for use in digital displays.
From handsets to high end DVD-R, Analog Devices’ family of digital video encoders output multiple analog formats conforming to international SDTV and HDTV video standards.
Analog input encoders from Analog Devices provide a low cost solution to RGB-to-NTSC/PAL encoding.
Analog Devices video D/A converters provide a high speed, single monolithic chip solution for a range of video applications.
ADI’s broadband products include codecs that provide a highly integrated solution for applications such as broadband wireless, home networking, cable modems, and set top boxes.
ADI offers very low noise, high performance amplifiers, as well as line driver amplifiers for cable set top boxes, cable modems, xDSL modems, and xDSL central office line cards.
Analog Devices offers RF transceivers with integrated converters and amplifiers for Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA®) 1.1 in set-top box and gateway cable applications.
Analog Devices’ portfolio of high performance CATV line drivers and active RF splitters allows the implementation of the most advanced cable modems and set top boxes on the market.
ADI provides single rate, multirate, and continuous tuning clock and data recovery ICs for equipment designs including metro, long haul, DWDM, and FSO applications.
ADI’s X-stream™ family of digital switches includes high speed crosspoint and 2:1 mux/demux switches, which are ideal for WDM, enterprise, and metro networking systems.
ADI’s clock ICs and timing solutions enable new architectures and feature low jitter and phase noise for clock clean up, synchronization, generation, delay, and distribution.
ADI clock products are ideal for high performance A/D and D/A converters. ADI clock ICs integrate PLL cores, dividers, phase offset, and more features in small chip scale packages.
ADI ultralow jitter clock distribution products offer subpicosecond performance for wireless infrastructure, instrumentation, broadband, ATE, and other applications.
ADI clock dividers feature 1/2/4/8/16/32 divider capability, with a reset supporting clock frequencies up to 26 GHz—all in an RoHS compliant package operating from a –3.3 V supply.
ADI ultralow jitter clock generation products offer subpicosecond performance for wireless infrastructure, instrumentation, broadband, ATE, and other applications.
ADI signal generators provide a clean signal and broad frequency coverage for applications such as wireless HDMI®, microwave and millimeterwave radio, and sensor equipment.
ADI time delay products feature delay control modulation bandwidth up to 2.5 GHz, as well as a 0 ps to 70 ps continuously adjustable delay range for some members of this portfolio.
ADI direct digital synthesis ICs incorporate features such as on-board comparators, RAM, PLLS, mixers, and registers that make them ideal agile frequency synthesizer solutions.
ADI’s leading phase-locked loop (PLL) synthesizer family includes single and dual PLLs, as well as fractional-N and integer-N, and highly integrated PLLs with VCOs.
ADI’s leading PLL synthesizers family includes single and dual PLLs, as well as fractional-N and integer-N, and highly integrated PLLs with VCOs.
ADI’s leading PLL synthesizer family includes single and dual PLLs, as well as fractional-N and integer-N, and highly integrated PLLs with VCOs.
ADI has the industry’s largest portfolio of digital-to-analog converters ranging from 8 bits to 24 bits, and our DACs are unmatched in delivering performance and value.
Analog Devices’ leading portfolio of D/A converters (DACs) enable designers to create the robust designs they need in a range of industries and environments.
ADI has the industry’s largest portfolio of digital-to-analog ranging from 8 bits to 20 bits in resolution to help support your need for precision DACs operating at ≤12 MHz.
ADI’s market-leading portfolio of bipolar DACs fabricated using iCMOS® process technology ensure quick and easy deployment of bipolar converters across a range of end applications.
The ADI portfolio of digital potentiometers provide uncompromising performance in a small package over extended industrial temperature ranges.
ADI d/a converters with on-chip high voltage output amplifiers include single-channel, quad-channel, and 32-channel products with a DAC output range of up to 30 V, 60 V, or 200 V.
The ADI portfolio of industrial d/a converters provides a range of programmable output ranges from standard 4 –20mA for current loop communication to ±10 V for actuator control.
ADI offers the broadest portfolio of low voltage single-supply DACs in the industry, and a variety of applications use nanoDAC® products because of their robust range of features.
ADI has the largest portfolio of high speed (>12 MSPS) DACs, including wideband radio frequency, intermediate frequency signal processing, and general-purpose baseband classes.
With features such as best-in-class spurious-free dynamic range and output, Analog Devices RF and IF D/A converters provide a powerful solution for your wideband-related designs.
Analog Devices baseband D/A converters provide a sample rate between 125 MSPS to 800 MSPS, with resolutions ranging from 8 bits to 16 bits.
The ADI high speed logic portfolio supports the growing need for higher data rates through its selection of flip flop ICs, logic gates, and NRZ-to-RZ converters.
ADI offers a range of D type and T type flip flop products. Members of this portfolio support data transmission rates up to 43 Gbps and clock frequencies as high as 43 GHz.
Analog Devices logic gate products offer logic functions such as AND, NAND, OR, and NOR, and include both –3.3 V and +3.3 V single supply options.
Analog Devices NRZ-to-RZ converters support data transmission rates of up to 13 Gbps and clock frequencies as high as 13 GHz, and are ideal for a range of applications.
Analog Devices digital isolators, isolated transceivers, and isolated A/D converters implement isolation in designs without the constraints found in optocouplers.
ADI automotive interface products covers isolated and nonisolated controller area network (CAN) transceivers alike, as well as automotive audio bus (A2B®) technology.
ADI automotive audio bus (A2B®) technology provides critical support to the vehicle infotainment systems of tomorrow by delivering more dynamic, high fidelity audio.
ADI isolated controller area network transceivers provide the differential physical layer interface between the data layer link, hardware, and physical wiring of the CAN bus.
ADI nonisolated controller area network transceivers provide the differential physical layer interface between the data layer link, hardware, and physical wiring of the CAN bus.
Analog Devices loop interfaces offer industrial outputs for 4 mA to 20 mA currents, bipolar and unipolar voltages, and HART output devices.
Analog Devices offers a family of HART® modems and complementary converters that can be used together to realize a robust, accurate, and HART Foundation registered solution.
ADI's portfolio of industrial d/a converters provides a range of programmable output ranges from standard 4 mA to 20 mA for current loop communication to ±10 V for actuator control.
ADI IOS products feature complete modular solutions for industrial signal conditioning and are the benchmark for isolated signal conditioners, with unmatched price and performance.
ADI dual-channel standard isolators allow designers to implement isolation without the size, power, performance, and reliability constraints found with optocouplers.
ADI quad-channel standard isolators allow designers to implement isolation without the size, power, performance, and reliability constraints found with optocouplers.
ADI five-channel standard isolators allow designers to implement isolation without the size, power, performance, and reliability constraints found with optocouplers.
Analog Devices’ isolated gate driver portfolio offers designers performance and reliability advantages over designs utilizing optocouplers or pulse transformers.
Analog Devices’ family of isolated I2C isolators support a complete isolated I2C interface. This portfolio is based on our iCoupler® chip scale transformer technology.
Analog Devices offers a wide range of RS-232 transceivers, and our isoPower® DACs, as well as our iCoupler® technology, help create an isolated RS-232 environment.
Analog Devices offers a wide range of standard RS-485/RS-422 transceivers and iCoupler® isolated RS-485/RS-422 transceivers to suit many applications.
ADI isoPower® technology utilizes proprietary iCoupler® chip scale transformers to integrate isolated dc-to-dc converts with data isolation into a single package.
Linear isolators provide power supply designers with a higher performing, single chip alternative to isolation techniques based on optocouplers and shunt regulators.
ADI single-channel standard isolators allow designers to implement isolation without the size, power, performance, and reliability constraints found with optocouplers.
ADI six-channel standard isolators allow designers to implement isolation without the size, power, performance, and reliability constraints found with optocouplers.
ADI SPIsolator® digital isolators are dedicated serial peripheral interface (SPI) isolators that have a small footprint, simple design, fast speed, and high data integrity.
ADI standard digital isolators enable designers to apply isolation in designs without the cost, size, performance, and reliability constraints found in optocouplers.
ADI triple-channel standard isolators allow designers to implement isolation without the size, power, performance, and reliability constraints found with optocouplers.
Based on iCoupler® technology, ADI’s USB 2.0 compliant isolators are fully isolated to 1.5 Mbps and 12 Mbps, and help decrease system cost, design size, and design time.
ADI’s level translators offer the most flexible level translation solutions in the industry. The ADG3308 series allows the industry widest 1.2 V to 5.5 V up or down translation.
ADI LVDS transmitters and receivers offer robust single-ended to differential solutions, while the MLVDS line is ideal for designers transmitting up to 200 Mbps to multiple nodes.
ADI low voltage differential signaling drivers and receivers offers designers robust, high speed signaling single-ended to differential solutions for point-to-point applications.
ADI multipoint, low voltage differential signaling (MLVDS) products offer the industry’s highest ESD performance transceivers with high noise immunity receivers.
ADI’s mobile I/O expanders are ideal for smartphone designs and portable devices that require a large extended keypad and/or expanded I/Os.
Analog Devices offers a wide range of RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485 transceivers provide reliable, high performance solutions suited for multiple applications.
The RS-232 specification allows for reliable data transmission from one transmitter to one receiver over relatively short distances (up to 50 feet).
ADI’s RS-485 specification meets the requirements for a truly multipoint communications network, and the standard specifies up to 32 drivers and 32 receivers on a single bus.
Analog Devices amplifiers and linear products deliver high performance by combining circuit design and manufacturing process innovation to simplify signal conditioning design.
Analog Devices offers the widest selection of multipliers and dividers with applications in radar, communications, and industrial controls where a real-time response is required.
Analog Devices’ portfolio of comparators ranges from the fastest Si-based comparator on the market to very low power CMOS comparators that consume only microamperes of power.
Analog Devices high speed comparators feature <100 ns propagation delay and are a versatile and easy to use solution for a range of applications.
Analog Devices low power comparators provide a capable solution to demanding applications that must operate in the µA range.
ADI current mirrors are precision, high dynamic range, wide variable supply parts used for applications including optical power monitoring and voltage-to-current conversion.
Linear isolators provide power supply designers with a higher performing, single chip alternative to isolation techniques based on optocouplers and shunt regulators.
Analog Devices offers dual and quad transistors with excellent matching characteristics. They are an ideal choice as an input stage for an amplifier or in log/antilog circuits.
ADI precision modulators and demodulators support synchronous detection, signal recovery, and a range of other applications in industrial, medical, and communications markets.
RMS-to-DC converters manufactured by Analog Devices are used in a wide variety of applications where precision and low power measurement of ac signals is the prime objective.
Analog Devices offers the widest selection of high performance voltage references in the industry, for both high end, industrial and handheld, battery-powered applications.
ADI’s high performance MEMS inertial sensor portfolio includes MEMS accelerometers, gyroscopes, and inertial measurement units (IMUs) for addressing complex applications needs.
ADI MEMS accelerometers and iSensor® MEMS accelerometer subsystems reliably and accurately detect and measure acceleration, tilt, shock, and vibration.
ADI MEMS gyroscopes and iSensor® MEMS gyroscope subsystems reliably sense and measure the angular rate of an object under complex and severe operating conditions.
ADI iSensor® MEMS inertial measurement units for plug and play solutions sense and process multiple degrees of freedom in complex applications with dynamic conditions.
The ADI optical portfolio covers a range of technologies, such as current mirrors, translinear logarithmic amplifiers, laser diode driver ICs, and optical sensors.
Through current mirror technology and translinear logarithmic amplifiers, Analog Devices optical control portfolio provides support for a range of design needs.
ADI optical data path technology includes clock and data recovery ICs, laser diode driver ICs, optical limiting amps, optical transimpedance amps, and optoelectronic amps.
ADI high gain optical limiting amplifiers feature low power, low jitter, and excellent sensitivity performance, as well as SFP, SFF, and GBIC MSA module design support.
ADI provides discrete rate, multirate, and continuous tuning clock and data recovery ICs for equipment designs including metro, long haul, DWDM, and FSO applications.
Analog Devices laser diode driver ICs work with Fabry-Perot, DFB, and VCSELs, and the ICs support continuous mode data rates from 50 Mbps to 11.3 Gbps.
Analog Devices designs power management products to complement signal chains where signal integrity requires an efficient power design, high reliability, and leading innovation.
ADI’s high frequency switch mode Li-ion battery charger simplifies constant current control in quick charge portables.
ADI offers a range of supervisory circuits that offer a complete single chip solution for power supply monitoring and battery control functions in microprocessor systems.
ADI battery charger ICs include features such as stacked lithium monitoring functionality, battery isolation, and multiple system flexibility.
Analog Devices battery source selector ICs offer a complete single chip solution for power supply monitoring and battery control functions in microprocessor systems.
ADI’s digital controller family is based on flexible, state machine architecture, with all features implemented in hardware—resulting in a robust power supply application solution.
ADI offers LED drivers that range from automotive to display and keypad backlighting applications, with features enabling improved battery life and faster time to market.
The ADI current sink LED driver portfolios provide current control for multiple LEDs and protects against thermal events, short circuits, overvoltage, and open circuit faults.
The ADI inductorless (charge pump) LED driver portfolio offers a compelling option for a variety of light- and display-related applications.
ADI LED flash drivers support general LED lighting, building technology, scanning equipment, and applications such as camera-enabled smartphones and industrial lighting.
ADI step-down (buck) LED drivers provide current control of multiple LEDs and support for applications such as high brightness LED lighting and camera-enabled smart devices.
ADI step-up (boost) LED drivers provide current control of multiple LEDs and support for applications such as high brightness LED lighting and camera-enabled smart devices.
ADI hot swap products integrate with industry-leading converter and amplifier cores for power monitoring and control with circuitry delivering unmatched ±3% monitoring accuracy.
ADI low voltage positive hot swap devices monitor current and dynamically control a high-side FET to provide inrush and circuit breaker functionality in <20 V applications.
ADI –48 V hot swap products accurately monitor current via external sensor resistors and dynamically control a low-side FET to provide inrush and circuit breaker functionality.
The ADI load switch family offers an integrated solution for switching voltage rails on via an internal, high-side switch and features overcurrent and overtemperature protection.
Analog Devices’ isolated gate driver portfolio offers designers performance and reliability advantages over designs utilizing optocouplers or pulse transformers.
ADI linear regulators offer customers superior performance, and include value add features like thermal overload protection, over current protection, and undervoltage lockout.
ADI’s MOSFET driver family provides high speed, high current MOSFET drive capability for efficient switching conversion in ac-to-dc and isolated dc-to-dc converters.
Analog Devices’ power monitoring ICs provide an integrated solution for digital current and voltage measurement via an on-chip, 12-bit analog-to-digital converter.
ADI current monitor IC products provide a low cost, high side current sense amplifier solution for a range of portable applications such as cell phones and notebook computers.
ADI hot swap and power monitors provide a complete solution to protect plug-in boards from hot swap events, as well as offer unmatched ±3% monitoring accuracy.
ADI provides a broad portfolio of sequencing and monitoring solutions, offering both analog and digitally programmable power supply sequencers for power supply requirements.
Analog sequencers from ADI integrate accurate comparators with the control functionality of power-on and power-down sequencing for voltage regulator banks.
The Analog Devices Super Sequencer ® portfolio offers a total power management platform for monitoring, measuring, sequencing, and margining a large number of voltages.
Supervisory ICs from Analog Devices feature a range of the industry's most accurate microprocessor supervisors and reset generators, offering parts to suit most any application.
Analog Devices provides a range of supervisory ICs that are ideally suited for multivoltage monitoring in industrial, medical, and telecommunications applications.
ADI offers a wide range of simple reset supervisory ICs to ensure that your microprocessor powers up correctly every time, even under the most adverse power-on conditions.
ADI offers a range of supervisory circuits with watchdog timers with multiple reset threshold options available throughout the portfolio.
ADI switching power converters cover a range of devices such as multioutput regulators, switching controllers, switching regulators, and switched capacitor converters.
Analog Devices’ family of multi output regulators enable smaller, more reliable power solutions for RF, high speed, and precision analog products, along with FPGAs/processors.
ADI charge pump circuits generate higher voltages from low voltage inputs, a critical process in low voltage applications such as notebook PCs and mobile phone display panels.
ADI’s family of synchronous switching controllers provides high conversion efficiency with voltage rails down to 0.6 V with up to 50 A output.
ADI offers a range of switching regulators that operate in step up (boost), step down (buck), and inverting modes. These devices can generate a fixed or adjustable output voltage.
Analog Devices DSPs, mixed-signal control processors, embedded processors, and analog microcontrollers support a wide variety of general-purpose and application specific needs.
ADI ADSP-21xx processors are code- and pin-compatible DSPs with performance up to 160 MHz and power as low as 184 microamps.
ADI’s precision analog microcontrollers combine functions such as high resolution A/D converters and D/A converters, voltage reference, temperature sensors, and other peripherals.
Analog Devices MicroConverter® portfolio featuring 8052 core microcontrollers operates on 3 V or 5 V power supplies over the standard industrial temperature range.
ADI ADuC7xxx precision analog microcontrollers utilize an ARM7TDM® core that integrates 12-, 16-, and 24-bit ADCs, 12-bit DACs with Flash, SRAM, and a host of digital peripherals.
ADI provides a range of analog microcontrollers featuring ARM® Cortex™-M3 processors that help enable this product portfolio’s high precision, high performance, and low cost.
Blackfin® 16-/32-bit embedded processors offer software flexibility and scalability for convergent applications, including multiformat audio, video, voice, and image processing.
ADI’s ADSP-CM4xx mixed-signal control processors integrate high precision A/D converters, digital accelerators and filters, SRAM and flash memories, and a rich set of peripherals.
ADI digital receiver/transmitter DSP devices cover a range of downconverter and upconverter needs for multiple communications applications.
ADI’s SHARC® processor family dominates the floating-point DSP market with exceptional core and memory performance and outstanding I/O throughput.
ADI TigerSHARC® processors deliver leading performance density for multiprocessing applications with peak performance above one billion floating-point operations per second.
Analog Devices RF and microwave ICs cover the entire RF and microwave signal chain, meeting all of the related system design needs with more than 1000 products.
ADI communications AFE products are components optimized to make use of smart partitioning by integrating amplifiers, filters, receive ADCs, and/or transmit path data conversions.
ADI frequency dividers, multipliers, and detectors offers a number of high performance solutions to meet the demands of modern technology.
ADI frequency dividers, prescalers, and counters offer programmable divide options, excellent system noise performance, and features that help reduce component count and cost.
ADI active and passive frequency multipliers enable designers to economically multiply lower frequencies to higher frequencies without creating measurable additive phase noise.
Analog Devices phase frequency detectors offer high performance and ultralow phase noise in a low cost, compact package.
ADI RF transceivers and transmitters offer a complete, high performance RF and mixed-signal system on a chip.
ADI provides a wide range of low power RF transceivers covering sub-GHz and 2.4 GHz frequency bands, drawing on over 40 years of experience in designing high performance RF ICs.
ADI IQ modulators and demodulators operate at frequencies up to microwave and feature a combination of high performance, broadband operating frequency, and flexibility.
ADI RF mixers/multipliers promise high performance and flexibility to help designers achieve their target specifications, reduce design time, and optimize costs.
ADI digital up/downconverters act as the frequency translator and digital filter between data converters and DSP blocks, and also meet various digital data conversion requirements.
ADI RF ICs cover the entire RF signal chain, meeting all of RF system design needs with industry-leading RF function blocks and highly integrated multifunctional solutions.
Recognized as the pioneer and leader in RF power detectors, ADI offers a broad portfolio of high performance logarithmic amplifiers and TruPwr™ rms detectors.
ADI successive detection log video amplifiers (SDLVAs) are ideal for high speed channelized receiver applications for military, communications, and space industries.
The ADI ADG901 series includes the highest bandwidth CMOS switches and multiplexers available, contributing to reduced solution costs and PCB board space.
ADI provides a range of low cost split path, double throw (SPDT) switches for use in transmit-receive applications that require very low distortion at high incident power levels.
The ADI portfolio of switches includes a range of single-pole, single throw (SPST) and single pole, double throw (SPDT) devices, as well as SP3T, SP4T, SP6T, and SP8T options.
ADI’s bypass, diversity, matrix, and transfer switch products are used in test instrumentation, broadband telecommunications, military, and a range of other applications.
Analog Devices offers innovative clock and timing solutions designed to improve system performance, enable new architectures, and lower development and manufacturing costs.
ADI programmable low-pass and harmonic filters enable greater flexibility and help streamline design, with members of this portfolio supporting bandwidth accuracy to ±2.5%.
ADI’s wideband, fixed value attenuators, digital attenuators, and voltage variable attenuators (VVAs) help meet designers’ diverse needs for multiple applications and industries.
The ADI family of wideband, fixed value, 50 Ω matched attenuator products offer relative attenuation levels that range up to 20 dB.
ADI broadband IC digital attenuators offer excellent attenuation and come in low cost, leadless surface mount packages.
ADI absorptive and monolithic voltage variable attenuators (VVAs) ensure accurate control for a wide range of communications, microwave, and other applications.
Analog Devices’ portfolio of voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs) and phase-locked oscillators (PLOs) covers a range of healthcare, military, and communications applications.
The extensive ADI voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) and phase-locked oscillator (PLO) portfolio supports a broad range of applications.
Analog Devices offers a range of GaAs inGaP heterojunction bipolar transistor (HBT) MMIC VCOs with output divider options to meet your application and design needs.
Analog Devices wideband voltage controlled oscillators (VCOs) offer excellent output power and phase noise performance over temperature thanks to their monolithic construction.
ADI’s MEMS and sensor portfolio offers a range of discrete components and plug-in ready solutions, including accelerometers, gyroscopes, IMUs, AMR sensors, and Hall effect sensors.
ADI magnetic field sensors combine integrated bulk Hall cell technology and instrumentation circuitry to minimize temperature related drifts.
ADI’s selection of digital temperature sensors with I2C, SPI, and mark space interfaces also include sensors with integrated DACs, ADCs, references, and limit alarm registers.
Analog Devices analog temperature sensors provide current or voltage output proportional to the absolute temperature with accuracies of up to ±1°C.
Analog Devices trip point temperature switches monitor temperature and activate digital output when measurements exceed the trip point setting.
ADI offers a comprehensive portfolio of switches and multiplexers covering single to multiple switch elements with various signal ranges in a variety of packages.
ADI dual-supply, ±2 V to ±8 V switches and multiplexers provide leading performance in a range of applications, such as industrial and instrumentation.
ADI dual-supply 5 V to 20 V switches and multiplexers are suited for higher voltage applications in industrial, instrumentation, or military fields.
Analog Devices dual-supply 2.5 V switches and multiplexers provide designers the low on-resistance and flatness they need to minimize distortion.
ADI single-supply, 2 V to 16 V switches and multiplexers provide leading performance in a range of applications, such as industrial and instrumentation.
ADI single-supply 5 V to 36 V switches and multiplexers are suited for higher voltage applications in industrial, instrumentation, or military fields.
Analog Devices single-supply 1.65 V to 5.5 V switches and multiplexers provide designers the low on-resistance and flatness they need to minimize distortion.
ADI video crosspoint switches are used primarily for routing high speed signals, including composite video and component video in applications.
ADI’s leading edge multiplexers offer multiple configurations, space saving LFCSP and WLCSP packages, and the industry’s best Ron performance.
ADI’s portfolio of protection products are switches and multiplexers optimized for robustness and protection, offering high performance in industry-leading small packages.
ADI provides a wide range of switches, multiplexers, and channel protectors that provide to devices at risk of overvoltage.
ADI provides a wide range of switches, multiplexers, and channel protectors that provide protection and detection to devices at risk of overvoltage.
ADI level translators offer the most flexible level translation solutions in the industry. The ADG3308 series allows the industry widest 1.2 V to 5.5 V up or down translation.
ADI holds over 2200 patents, nearly 800 patents pending and has invested over $9 billion in signal processing R&D over the past 50 years.
Analog Devices offers technologies in verticals represented by market segments, and solutions by technology that are market-agnostic.
Analog Devices now offers state-of-the-art, data conversion and linear products to the space market place which were previously only available as commercial or military Class B products.
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