High Speed A/D Converters >10 MSPS
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High Speed A/D Converters >10 MSPS

Analog Devices high speed A/D converters (ADCs) offer the best performance and highest sampling speed in the market. The product offerings include high IF ADCs (10 MSPS to 125 MSPS), low IF ADCs (125 MSPS to 1 GSPS), integrated receivers, and wideband ADCs (>1 GSPS). The High speed ADC portfolio offers solutions for all high speed conversion applications.
Analog Devices high speed A/D converters (ADCs) offer the best performance and highest sampling speed in the market. The product offerings include high IF ADCs (10 MSPS to 125 MSPS), low IF ADCs (125 MSPS to 1 GSPS), integrated receivers, and wideband ADCs (>1 GSPS). The High speed ADC portfolio offers solutions for all high speed conversion applications.

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IF/RF receivers are designed for communications infrastructure applications. Wide bandwidth and high sample rates allow implementing a software configurable design for digitizing close to the antenna. Various receiver architectures, such as zero-IF, IF sampling and direct RF sampling, are supported. IF/RF Receivers take advantage of smart partitioning by integrating configurable digital filtering allowing to offset resource demands in the FPGA or digital ASIC and easing of analog filtering.
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Scalable Software-Defined Radio Solution with 18 GHz Bandwidth

The MxFE® products from Analog Devices offer a smart integration of RF analog-to-digital converters (ADC), RF digital-to-analog converters (DAC), on-chip digital signal processing, and clock/PLL for multichip synchronization. This allows for the elimination of discrete data converters and traditional RF front-end components to reduce size, weight, power, and cost. Integrated digital signal processing supports the transition to software-defined radio platforms, creating a highly configurable, common hardware/software platform that can be used in multiple applications across a broad array of end markets.
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Analog Devices µModule® (micromodule) receivers consist of high performance, high speed ADCs with fixed-gain, high speed amplifiers and antialias filters. Our integrated ADC and driver products include integrated bypass capacitance and simplify the high frequency layout required to preserve ac performance. The board space savings are significant for instrumentation applications such as spectrum analyzers, oscilloscopes ,and communications test equipment, or for communications applications such as high sensitivity receivers, software-defined radio (SDR), or signal intelligence receivers. Our portfolio uses system-in-package (SiP) technology similar to multichip modules (MCM) to integrate components with different technologies, along with passive components to make an integrated subsystem.
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Analog Devices high speed A/D converters (ADCs) offer the best performance and highest sampling speed in the market. The product offerings include low IF A/D converters (20 MSPS to 125 MSPS), high IF a/d converters (125 MSPS to 1.3 GSPS), and wideband ADCs (>1 GSPS). The high speed a/d converter portfolio offers cost and performance optimized solutions for various applications such as communications infrastructure, electronic test and measurement, and aerospace and defense.

High Speed Signal Processing: Making Space in a Crowded Spectrum

The airwaves are getting crowded, and system designers are looking to untapped portions of the frequency spectrum to support higher bandwidths and millimeter wave (mmW) technologies. New capabilities and features become possible as system designers in aerospace and defense, communication infrastructure, and instrumentation learn to leverage more of the frequency spectrum and create a better user experience.

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High Speed Signal Processing: Making Space in a Crowded Spectrum

The airwaves are getting crowded, and system designers are looking to untapped portions of the frequency spectrum to support higher bandwidths and millimeter wave (mmW) technologies. New capabilities and features become possible as system designers in aerospace and defense, communication infrastructure, and instrumentation learn to leverage more of the frequency spectrum and create a better user experience.