Technical Articles (8)
- RF DACs simplify power and space in downstream cable transmitter systems
Semiconductors Simplify Direct-Conversion Design
Advances in semiconductor processes have enabled integrated circuits with the performance needed for wireless infrastructure direct-conversion receivers for multimode communications systems.
(Microwaves & RF, 3/2010)
Design A Clock-Distribution Strategy With Confidence
by Demetrios Efstathiou (Electronic Design, April 27, 2006)
Converters for 3G are Optimized for Cost, Size and Power
by Chris Cloninger, Analog Devices, Inc. (Planet Analog, 4/6/2006)
Designers Cast A Skeptical Eye On Mixed-Signal SOCs
- analogZone Review: The AD9744 is ADI's third generation of TxDAC and is undoubtedly the best.
Double DAC Rate by Using Mixers as Switches
by Randall Carver, Analog Devices,Inc. (EDN Design Idea, 2/5/2004)
Healthcare at Home (Part II)
A major trend in medicine is to move treatments and monitoring out of the hospital or even the doctor's office and either attach them to the patient or enable it to be done in the home. What can device designers do to aid this effort and what technologies would help to enable it.
(EDN, February 25, 2008)
Analog Dialogue (4)
Ask The Applications Engineer-17
Must a “16-bit” converter be 16-bit monotonic and settle to 16 ppm?
(Analog Dialogue, 30th Anniversary Reader Bonus)
DACs are Optimized for Communication Transmit Path
(Analog Dialogue, Vol. 30, No. 3, 1996)
New TxDAC® Generation
(Analog Dialogue, Vol. 33, No. 4, April, 1999)
Detecting Fast RF Bursts Using Log Amps
(Analog Dialogue, Vol. 36, No. 5, September-October, 2002)
Recommended Reading (1)
ADI Warns Against Misuse of COTS Integrated Circuits
(pdf, 13 kB)
Invites Customer Participation in Creative Mil/Aero System Solutions