ANALOG DEVICES’ VIDEO CROSSPOINT SWITCHES AND MULTIPLEXERS COMBINE INDUSTRY’S HIGHEST BANDWIDTH WITH LOW POWER FOR PRO-AV SYSTEM DESIGNS

- ADI’s new ADV32xx family of ICs deliver low power consumption and higher bandwidth than alternative offerings to enable high resolution Pro-AV designs.

Norwood, MA (11/16/2009) - Demand for higher resolution professional audio/video (Pro-AV) equipment is generating a need for analog multiplexers and crosspoint switches that deliver high-speed, low power consumption and compact footprint. To address these challenges, Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) expanded the industry‘s broadest portfolio of high-speed analog switch ICs with the introduction of the ADV32xx family of 16 × 16 buffered crosspoint switches and buffered multiplexers for Pro-AV switching and distribution system applications such as video conferencing and digital signage.

Compared to the nearest 16 × 16 crosspoint switch alternative, the ADV3226 and ADV3227 deliver an unmatched combination of 50 percent less power at 1.2 W (watts) from a ±5 V (volt) supply and a 55 percent increase in speed at 700 MHz (megahertz) − the industry’s highest bandwidth. The new family of multiplexers (muxes) −the 2 to 1 ADV3219 and ADV3220 and the 4 to 1 ADV3221 and ADV3222 − also offer the industry’s highest bandwidth at 650 MHz, enabling designers to experience a 10 percent and 30 percent increase in speed, respectively, over competitive muxes. These buffered crosspoint switches and muxes are ideal for Pro-AV routing applications that require efficient, reliable switching of multiple video sources including composite, HD component and S-Video. Leveraging ADI’s proprietary Silicon-Germanium process, the single-chip solutions combine a high level of integration, advanced high-speed and low-power architecture on ±5 V supplies and availability over the extended industrial temperature range of –40 degrees to +85 degrees Celsius, simplifying board layout, increasing functionality and reducing bill-of-materials (BOM).

As part of a complete solution, these switches operate with Analog Devices’ family of high-speed video amplifiers including the AD8003 triple high-speed, current feedback amplifier.

Pricing and Availability

Product
Sample Availability
Gain
Bandwidth (VOUT=2Vp-p, RL=150Ω)
Package
Price Each Per 100
16 x16
ADV3226
NOW
+1
700 MHz
100-lead LFCSP
$76.50
16 x16
ADV3227
NOW
+2
700 MHz
100-lead LFCSP
$76.50
2:1
ADV3219
NOW
+1
650 MHz
8-lead LFCSP
$1.75
2:1
ADV3220
NOW
+2
650 MHz
8-lead LFCSP
$1.75
4:1
ADV3221
NOW
+1
650 MHz
16-lead SOIC
$2.99
4:1
ADV3222
NOW
+2
650 MHz
16-lead SOIC
$2.99

For more information on ADI’s high-speed analog switches and muxes, visit http://www.analog.com/pr/switchesmultiplexers.

About Analog Devices

Innovation, performance, and excellence are the cultural pillars on which Analog Devices 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.

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Bob Olson
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