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Targeting defense, communications, and instrumentation radar systems where reduced SWaP implementation is critical, AD-FMCOMMS6-EBZ integrated direct conversion receiver development platform supports L- and S-band frequency radar bands. This 400 MHz to 4.4 GHz receiver (1,350 MHz to 1,650 MHz with installed filters) features VITA57-compliant form factor and integrates AD9652 dual 16-bit ADC, ADL5566 RF/IF dual differential amplifier, and ADL5380 quadrature demodulator. Read More
With AD-FMCDAQ2-EBZ Kit, digital and analog designers can prototype JEDEC JESD204B SerDes GSPS data converter-to-FPGA interface on major FPGA platforms, including Xilinx’s UltraScale FPGA and Zynq All Programmable SoC devices for radar, instrumentation, wireless radio, and other DAQ applications. FMC form factor enables users to verify hardware and processing algorithms and rapidly move from prototype to production, minimizing risk associated with designing wideband RF signal processing systems. Read More
IF subsystem-on-a-chip, AD6676, uses programmable continuous-time bandpass sigma delta ADC technology to digitize IF signals from 70–450 MHz. Single-chip solution can reduce complexity of receiver designs while promoting frequency planning flexibility and optimal instantaneous dynamic range. Implementation in deep sub-micron CMOS allows oversampling by providing digitized bandwidth of up to 160 MHz, and combination of features enables reconfigurable radio architectures. Read More
Optimized for input sampling rates up to 1 MHz, Model ADA2200 enables demodulation of signal input bandwidths to 30 kHz and achieves 0.009° phase detection sensitivity. Sampled Analog Technology uses charge sharing among capacitors to perform digital-like computations in analog domain. With configurable analog filter, designers of portable instrumentation can maximize battery life and perform precision magnitude and phase measurements on analog signals in presence of large noise sources. Read More
Integrating custom mixed-signal signal conditioning IC and sensing element based on Anisotropic Magneto-Resistive technology, Model ADA4571 provides direct, non-contact measurement of shaft position in brushless DC motors, minimizing noise and optimizing motor smoothness and torque. Device enables high-speed motor operation up to 50,000 rpm with 2 µs phase delay and low angular error of 0.5° max. Running on 2.7–5.5 V supply, sensor consumes 6.5 mA of power, and includes low-power sleep mode. Read More
Intended for use in single-carrier satellite communications, 5.72 x 4.51 x 1.63 in. HMC7053 block upconverter and 5.0 x 4.51 x 1.145 in. HMC7054 high-power amplifier (HPA) operate in 29–31 GHz frequency output range and feature -60 dBc SFDR performance. Ka-band block upconverter features 1–2 GHz dual input IF at 0 dBm typ and 20 dB conversion gain. Ka-band HPA achieves linear output power of 37 dBm, offers 42 dB small signal gain, and operates at 5 V while drawing 14 A. Read More
Supplied in 32-lead LFCSP, AD2410 Automotive Audio Bus (A²B) transceiver promotes vehicle fuel efficiency by reducing weight of existing cable harnesses. Digital bus technology distributes high fidelity audio and control data, together with clock and power, over one UTP wire. Transceiver provides 50 Mbps of data bandwidth and support for up to 32 discrete upstream and downstream audio channels. Daisy chaining is supported, and system delay is fully deterministic at all slave nodes. Read More
Enabling support of E-band (71–76 GHz, 81–86 GHz) frequencies, 16-bit AD9136 and 11-bit AD9135 suit telecom system manufacturers requiring microwave frequencies in point-to-point wireless backhaul equipment. Max sample rate of 2.8 GSPS allows multicarrier generation up to Nyquist frequency. Supporting complex input data rates up to 2.12 GSPS per D/A converter using 8-lane, 10.6 Gbps JESD204B interface, products achieve better than -80 dBc SFDR and offer noise performance of -163 dBm/Hz. Read More
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