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The AD7156 delivers a complete signal processing solution for capacitive sensors, featuring an ultralow power converter with fast response time.
The LTC1420 is a 10Msps, 12-bit sampling A/D converter that draws only 250mW from either single 5V or dual ±5V supplies. This easy-to-use device includes a high dynamic range sample-and-hold, a precision reference and a PGA input circuit
The AD5761R/AD5721R are single channel, 16-/12-bit serial input, voltage output, digital-to-analog converters (DACs). They operate from single supply voltages from +4.75 V to +30 V or dual supply voltages from −16.5 V to 0 V VSS and +4.75 V to +16.5 V VDD. The integrated output amplifier, reference buffer, and reference provide a very easy to use, universal solution.
The AD8091 (single) and AD8092 (dual) are low cost, voltage feedback, high speed amplifiers designed to operate on +3 V, +5 V, or ±5 V supplies. The AD8091/AD8092 have true singlesupply capability, with an input voltage range extending 200 mV below the negative rail and within 1 V of the positive rail
The LTM4616 is a complete dual 2-phase 8A per channel switch mode DC/DC power regulator system in a 15mm × 15mm surface mount LGA or BGA package. Included in the package are the switching controller, power FETs, inductor and all support components. Operating from an input voltage range of 2.7V to 5.5V, the LTM4616 supports two outputs within a voltage range of 0.6V to 5V, each set by a single external resistor
The AD7817/AD7818 are 10-bit, single- and 4-channel analog-todigital converters (ADCs) with an on-chip temperature sensor that can operate from a single 2.7 V to 5.5 V power supply. Each device contains a 9 μs successive approximation converter based around a capacitor digital-to-analog converter (DAC), an onchip temperature sensor with an accuracy of ±2°C, an on-chip clock oscillator, inherent track-and-hold functionality, and an on-chip reference (2.5 V).
The ADF4007 is a high frequency divider/PLL synthesizer that can be used in a variety of communications applications. It can operate to 7.5 GHz on the RF side and to 120 MHz at the PFD. It consists of a low noise digital PFD (phase frequency detector), a precision charge pump, and a divider/prescaler. The divider/ prescaler value can be set by two external control pins to one of four values (8, 16, 32, or 64).
The LT3992 is a dual current mode PWM step-down DC/DC converter with two internal 4.6A switches. Independent input voltage, shutdown, feedback, soft-start, UVLO current limit and comparator pins for each channel simplify complex power supply tracking and sequencing requirements.
The LTC2992 is a rail-to-rail system monitor that measures current, voltage, and power of two supplies. It features an operating range of 2.7V to 100V and includes a shunt regulator for supplies above 100V.
The ADL5350 is a high linearity, up-and-down converting mixer capable of operating over a broad input frequency range. It is well suited for demanding cellular base station mixer designs that require high sensitivity and effective blocker immunity. Based on a GaAs pHEMT, single-ended mixer architecture, the ADL5350 provides excellent input linearity and low noise figure without the need for a high power level LO drive.
The AD590 is a 2-terminal integrated circuit temperature transducer that produces an output current proportional to absolute temperature. For supply voltages between 4 V and 30 V, the device acts as a high impedance, constant current regulator passing 1 μA/K. Laser trimming of the chip’s thin-film resistors is used to calibrate the device to 298.2 μA output at 298.2 K (25°C).
The AD734 is an accurate high speed, four-quadrant analog multiplier that is pin compatible with the industry-standard AD534 and provides the transfer function W = XY/U. The AD734 provides a low impedance voltage output with a full power (20 V p-p) bandwidth of 10 MHz. Total static error (scaling, offsets, and nonlinearities combined) is 0.1% of full scale. Distortion is typically less than −80 dBc and guaranteed. The low capacitance X, Y, and Z inputs are fully differential. In most applications, no external components are required to define the function.
The LT1237 is an advanced low power three driver, five receiver RS232 transceiver. Included on the chip is a shutdown pin for reducing supply current near zero. During shutdown one receiver remains active to detect incoming RS232 signals, for example, to wake up a system.
The AD5200 and AD5201 are programmable resistor devices, with 256 positions and 33 positions respectively, that can be digitally controlled through a 3-wire SPI serial interface. The terms programmable resistor, variable resistor (VR), and RDAC are commonly used interchangeably to refer to digital potentiometers. These devices perform the same electronic adjustment function as a potentiometer or variable resistor.
The AD8170(2:1) and AD8174(4:1) are very high speed buffered multiplexers. These multiplexers offer an internal current feedback output amplifier whose gain can be programmed via external resistors and is capable of delivering 50 mA of output current. They offer –3 dB signal bandwidth of 250 MHz and slew rate of greater than 1000 V/µs.
The ADP3336 is a member of the ADP333x family of precision low dropout anyCAP voltage regulators. The ADP3336 operates with an input voltage range of 2.6 V to 12 V and delivers a continuous load current up to 500 mA. The ADP3336 stands out from conventional LDOs with the lowest thermal resistance of any MSOP-8 package and an enhanced process that enables it to offer performance advantages beyond its competition
The LT1999 is a high speed precision current sense amplifier, designed to monitor bidirectional currents over a wide common mode range. The LT1999 is offered in three gain options: 10V/V, 20V/V, and 50V/V
The AD524 is a precision monolithic instrumentation amplifier designed for data acquisition applications requiring high accuracy under worst-case operating conditions. An outstanding combination of high linearity, high common-mode rejection, low offset voltage drift, and low noise makes the AD524 suitable for use in many data acquisition systems