Analog Devices, Inc.

Electrical Equipment & Systems

DC/DC Converter is optimized for mobile electronics.

Offering 100% duty cycle operation, ADP2108 provides flexibility in meeting system power and PCB area budgets without changing battery capacity. This 3 MHz, 600 mA, step-down converter operates from inputs down to 2.3 V, allowing full use of available battery energy for 2.5 and 3 V power loads before recharging. Offered in 1 x 1.5 x 0.6 mm, 5-ball WLCSP or 3 x 3 x 1 mm, 5-lead TSOT-23 packages,...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Step-Up DC/DC Converters boost battery run times.

Suited for portable consumer electronics, ADP1612 and ADP1613 enable designers to boost input voltages as low as 1.8 V up to output voltages as high as 20 V. Both use PWM current-mode architecture, offer adjustable output voltage, and deliver up to 93% efficiency. ADP1612 and ADP1613 support 1.8-5.5 V and 2.5-5.5 V input ranges, respectively. Pin-selectable switching frequency lets them operate...

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Controls & Controllers

LDO Regulators operate on voltages as low as 1.6 V.

Available in 800 mA, 1.2 A, and 2 A load current ranges, ADP174x and ADP175x models convert directly from 1.6-3.6 V inputs while delivering -60 dB at 100 KHz PSRR and 160 mV at 2 A drop-out performance. Devices incorporate Enable and Power Good pins for system health monitoring in mission-critical applications. Housed in 4 x 4 mm leadless frame chip-set package, regulators have exposed EPAD,...

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Controls & Controllers

I/O Expander extends battery life for portable electronics.

Housed in 4 x 4 mm, 24-pin LFCSP packaging, Model ADP5588 integrates general purpose I/O expansion for mobile processors and QWERTY keypad control. Intelligent lighting control allows device to automatically sense ambient light levels and adjust backlight brightness according to changing lighting environments. With mobile I/O expander, processor can control up to 15 additional general purpose...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Dual-Channel ADCs consume 33-376 mW/ch.

Comprised of 18 pin-compatible, dual-channel ADCs with resolutions from 10-16 bits and speeds from 20-125 MSPS, AD92xxBCPZ series lets system engineers increase channel counts without increasing product's board area or power consumption. ADC cores use multi-stage, differential pipelined architecture with integrated output error-correction logic. Other features include programmable clock and data...

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Communication Systems & Equipment

Instrumentation Amp enables power efficient medical devices.

Measuring 1.6 x 2.0 mm, AD8235 instrument amplifier draws 40 mA and operates on 1.8-5.5 V power supplies, with common-mode input-voltage range of 4 and 1.4 V on 5 and 1.8 V supplies, respectively. Common-mode rejection ratio of 86 dB eliminates common-mode interference. Also, unit features 6 nA shutdown current and 40 pA bias current. Low power consumption makes device suitable for use in home...

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Controls & Controllers

Buck Regulator offers 6 MHz operation for portable devices.

Available in 1.3 x 0.9 mm, 0.6 mm high wafer-level chip-scale package, ADP2121, 500 mA regulator requires just 2 small capacitors and one inductor. Device automatically transitions to low quiescent current power-save mode during light-load conditions and operates at input voltages ranging from 2.3-5.5 V, suitable for Li-Ion, Li-Ion polymer cell, and multiple alkaline/NiMH cell applications. Fixed...

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Electrical Equipment & Systems

Dual Transmit DACs have high-speed, low-power design.

Each model in AD911x and AD971x series integrates two 8-, 10-, 12-, or 14-bit DACs with sample rates up to 125 MSPS on one 6 x 6 mm device. Designers can adjust FS current from 1-4 mA or 4-20 mA with one, pin-compatible architecture and common software code. Products achieve 85 dB SFDR to 10 MHz and dissipate 220 mW at max sample rate, 53 mW @ 50 MSPS, or 37 mW @ 10 MSPS. Additional components...

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Computer Hardware & Peripherals

Floating Point DSPs operate at up to 450 MHz.

Available for industrial and instrumentation applications as well as automotive audio and home theater, SHARC 2146x Series is based on single-instruction multiple-data core that supports 32-bit fixed-point and 32-/40-bit floating point arithmetic formats. Units feature up to 5 Mbits on-chip SRAM, hardware accelerators, high-speed DDR2 SDRAM external memory interface, and link ports. Variable...

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