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
The ADP3333 is a member of the ADP333x family of precision low dropout (LDO) anyCAP voltage regulators. Pin compatible with the MAX8860, the ADP3333 operates with a wider input voltage range of 2.6 V to 12 V and delivers a load current up to 300 mA. ADP3333 stands out from other conventional LDOs with a novel architecture and an enhanced process that enables it to offer performance advantages over its competition. Its patented design requires only a 1.0 μF output capacitor for stability
The AD74021 is a high performance, second-order, Σ-Δ modulator that converts an analog input signal into a high speed, single-bit data stream, with on-chip digital isolation based on Analog Devices, Inc., iCoupler® technology. The AD7402 operates from a 4.5 V to 5.5 V (VDD1) power supply and accepts a differential input signal of ±250 mV (±320 mV full scale).
The AD9961/AD9963 are pin-compatible, 10-/12-bit, low power MxFE® converters that provide two ADC channels with sample rates of 100 MSPS and two DAC channels with sample rates to 170 MSPS. These converters are optimized for transmit and receive signal paths of communication systems requiring low power and low cost. The digital interfaces provide flexible clocking options. The transmit is configurable for 1×, 2×, 4×, and 8× interpolation. The receive path has a bypassable 2× decimating low-pass filter.
The AD7780 is a complete low power front-end solution for bridge sensor products, including weigh scales, strain gages, and pressure sensors. It contains a precision, low power, 24-bit sigmadelta (Σ-Δ) ADC; an on-chip, low noise programmable gain amplifier (PGA); and an on-chip oscillator.
The ADXRS800 is an angular rate sensor (gyroscope) intended for automotive electronic stability control, vehicle rollover detection, and other high performance applications. An advanced, differential, quad-sensor design rejects the influence of linear acceleration, enabling the ADXRS800 to operate in exceedingly harsh environments where shock and vibration are present
The AD7224 is a precision 8-bit voltage-output, digital-toanalog converter, with output amplifier and double buffered interface logic on a monolithic CMOS chip. No external trims are required to achieve full specified performance for the part
The LTC2281 is a 10-bit 125Msps, low power dual 3V A/D converter designed for digitizing high frequency, wide dynamic range signals. The LTC2281 is perfect for demanding imaging and communications applications with AC performance that includes 61.6dB SNR and 82dB SFDR for signals at the Nyquist frequency.
The AD7823 is a high speed, low power, 8-bit A/D converter that operates from a single 2.7 V to 5.5 V supply. The part contains a 4 µs typ successive approximation A/D converter, inherent track-and-hold functionality (with a pseudo differential input) and a high speed serial interface that interfaces to most microcontrollers. The AD7823 is fully specified over a temperature range of –40°C to +125°C
The AD629 is a difference amplifier with a very high input, common-mode voltage range. It is a precision device that allows the user to accurately measure differential signals in the presence of high common-mode voltages up to ±270 V.
The ADAU1977 incorporates four high performance analog-todigital converters (ADCs) with direct-coupled inputs capable of 10 V rms. The ADC uses multibit sigma-delta (Σ-Δ) architecture with continuous time front end for low EMI
Analog Devices Inc. ADR3625 High Current Output Voltage References are low-power, high-precision components with a maximum temperature coefficient of 3ppm/°C (B-grade) in an 8-lead MSOP package. Capable of sourcing up to 70mA, the ADR3625 provides an exceptional replacement to standard low dropout (LDO) regulators.
The AD73360 is a six-input channel analog front-end processor for general purpose applications including industrial power metering or multichannel analog inputs. It features six 16-bit A/D conversion channels each of which provide 77 dB signal-tonoise ratio over a dc to 4 kHz signal bandwidth. Each channel also features a programmable input gain amplifier (PGA) with gain settings in eight stages from 0 dB to 38 dB.
The DS87C520/DS83C520 EPROM/ROM high-speed microcontrollers are fast 8051-compatible microcontrollers. They feature a redesigned processor core without wasted clock and memory cycles. As a result, the devices execute every 8051 instruction between 1.5 and 3 times faster than the original for the same crystal speed. Typical applications will see a speed improvement of 2.5 times using the same code and the same crystal.