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Enabling the infrastructure of 5G at European Microwave Week

Enabling the infrastructure of 5G at European Microwave Week
At the forthcoming European Microwave Week 2018 (Madrid, Spain, 25th-29th September), visitors to Analog Devices stand will be able to view demonstrations and exhibits that reaffirm the company’s position as a semiconductor supplier for RF, microwave and millimeter wave designs at every frequency from DC to over 100GHz.
6th September 2018

What is the IoT and how can it help us?

Analog Devices are bringing intelligence to the edge in IoT by optimising data quality and analytics within the 'things' to ensure only the most relevant, accurate, and secure information is sent to the cloud.
12th June 2018

RF transceiver speeds development of 2G-5G base stations

RF transceiver speeds development of 2G-5G base stations
Analog Devices has expanded its RadioVersef technology and design ecosystem with the industry’s widest bandwidth RF transceiver, which provides designers with a single radio platform to accelerate the deployment of 5G, sustain 2G/3G/4G coverage, and simplify phased array radar design. The ADRV9009 RF transceiver delivers twice the bandwidth (200MHz) of previous generation devices and replaces as many as 20 components, cutting power in half and package size by 60%.
11th June 2018


PLL/VCO solution for next-gen RF applications

PLL/VCO solution for next-gen RF applications
Analog Devices has announced a synthesiser consisting of a phase-locked loop (PLL) with fully integrated voltage controlled oscillator (VCO) as well as integrated low dropout regulators (LDOs) and integrated tracking filter technology. The ADF4371 supports RF/microwave system designs that must meet the most exacting next-generation requirements across multiple markets, including aerospace and defense, test/measurement, communications infrastructure, as well as high-speed converter clocking.
7th June 2018

5G test and measurement capabilities with ADI

In this video, ADI's General Manager of Instrumentation, Duncan Bosworth, discusses the opportunities associated with 5G test and measurement.
30th May 2018

Reliable sensor-to-cloud solutions for several industries

Reliable sensor-to-cloud solutions for several industries
Analog Devices (ADI) are this year exhibiting at the IoT Solutions World Congress 2017 (IOTWC17) in Barcelona. Experts will be available to discuss how ADI is able to support companies with improved technology in the IoT sector. They will share key product insights and answer specific design questions. The ADI booth can be found at D485/TB4 from 3rd-5th October.
19th September 2017

Bluetooth temperature demo using the ADICUP3029 and ADT7420

Watch this video to learn how to import and run the Bluetooth temperature demo example on the tools and visualise the data on the IoTNode smart app.
30th August 2017

Simplifying RF, microwave and millimetre-wave design and evaluation

Simplifying RF, microwave and millimetre-wave design and evaluation
Analog Devices (ADI) have announced that it has entered into a collaboration with X-Microwave LLC, a leading provider of RF and microwave modular blocks, to help designers more quickly and effectively evaluate RF components and prototype complete signal chains. As a first phase of the joint effort, X-Microwave will feature more than 250 ADI RF, microwave and millimetre-wave products as drop-in modular blocks.
12th June 2017

RadioVerse tech lays foundation for 4G to 5G migration

RadioVerse tech lays foundation for 4G to 5G migration
Analog Devices has announced the latest update to its award-winning RadioVerse technology and design ecosystem, which simplifies and accelerates radio development for wireless carriers and telecommunications equipment manufacturers as they transition their cellular base stations from 4G to 5G networks. ADI’s expanded RadioVerse portfolio features radio transceiver hardware, software tools, and a robust design environment that enables the smaller, lower power radios necessary in next generation networks.
8th June 2017

Wideband RF mixers simplify design for industrial applications

Wideband RF mixers simplify design for industrial applications
A series of wideband, passive, in-phase quadrature RF mixers has been introduced by Analog Devices (ADI). Supporting the entire 2.5-42GHz spectrum, the HMC819x mixers provide significant benefits compared to alternative discrete options available today and are suitable solutions for industrial applications such as test and measurement and defense electronics that require wideband support.
7th June 2017

The power of low noise in IoT smart sensors

Performance vs. power dissipation - it’s one of the most delicate trade-offs for those who develop smart sensors for the emerging IoT-based application space.
19th May 2017

28nm DAC sets benchmark for next wave wideband software defined systems

28nm DAC sets benchmark for next wave wideband software defined systems
Analog Devices has introduced a 28-nanometer D/A converter as part of a new series of high speed digital-to-analog converters (D/A converters). The AD9172 meets the demands of gigahertz bandwidth applications and delivers the increased spectral efficiency needed for 4G/5G multi-band wireless communications base stations and 2 GHz E-band microwave point-to-point backhaul platforms. Its design also benefits production instrumentation targeting multi-standard direct-to-RF signal synthesis. 
5th May 2017

Wideband RF synthesisers feature design and versatility

Wideband RF synthesisers feature design and versatility
Analog Devices have announced the ADF5356, a 13.6 GHz next-generation wideband synthesiser with integrated voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO). The synthesiser targets applications such as wireless infrastructure, microwave point-to-point links, electronic test and measurement, and satellite terminals. A complimentary synthesiser product, the ADF4356, operates to 6.8GHz and is comparable in performance.
3rd May 2017

Embedded World: Accelerometer targets harsh IoT environments

Embedded World: Accelerometer targets harsh IoT environments
A next-generation accelerometer designed for long-period monitoring of the physical condition of high-value assets was unveiled by Analog Devices (ADI) at Embedded World in Nuremberg. With its extremely low power capabilities, the ADXL372 micropower high-g MEMS accelerometer targets Internet of Things (IoT) solutions where shock and impact on a unit during storage, transit, or use would adversely affect its function, safety, or reliability.
16th March 2017

IoT solution for health and safety of first responders

IoT solution for health and safety of first responders
A Proof Of Concept (POC) for an Internet of Things (IoT) solution has been unveiled by Analog Devices and DELL EMC that tracks the health and location of first responders. The POC IoT solution is designed to improve the safety and effectiveness of first responders when involved in an emergency situation, especially those in harsh environments. 
27th October 2016

Low Power AFE enables lighter wearable health devices

Low Power AFE enables lighter wearable health devices
Analog Devices announced a low power, next-gen biopotential analog front end (AFE) which enables smaller, lighter, and less obtrusive cardiac monitoring devices with longer battery life. The AD8233 AFE is a fully integrated, single-lead electrocardiogram (ECG) front end designed in one compact, easy-to-use component. Typically, developers need to design ECG front ends from individual components, which can add incremental cost and design time.
10th October 2016

RF and microwave standard modules facilitate rapid prototyping

RF and microwave standard modules facilitate rapid prototyping
Analog Devices has introduced four high performance RF and microwave standard modules that extend and strengthen its standard module product portfolio. The new modules complement ADI’s existing product offerings by delivering easy-to-use, fully integrated, hermetically sealed solutions that dramatically shorten the proof-of-concept phase of the design cycle and help reduce the overall in-house technical support needed to assemble, test, and validate a design.
20th September 2016

DAC provides high resolution radar images

DAC provides high resolution radar images
Offering high resolution radar images for designers of military and commercial radar, the AD9164 DAC from Analog Devices helps to reduce solution component count. Additionally, for designers of precision instrumentation equipment, such as smartphone testers, this device ensures improved accuracy as well as speed of test, contributing to faster market-ready time while significantly decreasing tester complexity and size.
9th August 2016

DAC improves television viewing experience

DAC improves television viewing experience
  Analog Devices has announced a DAC that brings the future of TV to today's home viewers, enabling them to enjoy UHD and 4K television across more channels at unprecedented streaming and download speeds.
11th July 2016

Transceiver enables more reliable wireless radio connections

Transceiver enables more reliable wireless radio connections
Featuring a highly sensitive receiver and superior immunity to signal interferences, a low power, high performance, radio transceiver has been announced by Analog Devices. The ADF7030-1 enables more reliable wireless radio connections with fewer retries and packet losses, as well as longer battery lifetime, and features low power modes, including the industry’s lowest current in sleep mode.
22nd June 2016


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