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Articles Tagged with ''adcs''

Linear introduces 18 Bit, 1 Msps, ±10.24 V true bipolar SAR ADC

Linear Technology Corp. introduces the LTC2338-18, an 18-bit 1 Msps no latency analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with a wide ±10.24 V fully differential, true bipolar input range for high voltage, industrial applications. The device operates from a single 5V supply, achieves 100 dB SNR and -110 dB THD and features an internal 2.048 V (20 ppm/°C max) reference and reference buffer. An input divider network scales and level shifts the input signal, eliminating complicated circuitry required to directly interface true bipolar signals. 


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TI's 12-bit, 500- to 900-MSPS ADCs slash board space by 80%

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Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) introduced a family of 12-bit, 500- to 900-MSPS analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) that reduce board space by 80 percent while providing industry-leading signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR).


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Maxim Integrated introduces smallest bipolar, Beyond-the-Rails ADCs

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Maxim Integrated Products Inc. announced it is now shipping the MAX11166 and MAX11167, the industry's smallest bipolar ±5 V, 16-bit analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), available in a tiny 9 mm2 package.


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TI enters JESD204B market with dual, 16-bit ADC and clock jitter cleaner

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Texas Instruments Inc. introduced a pair of devices supporting the JEDEC JESD204B serial interface standard for data converters. 


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Linear introduces lowest noise, 16-Bit 20 Msps ADCs that achieve 84 dB SNR

Linear Technology Corp. introduces three low power 16-bit, 20Msps analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), the LTC2269, LTC2270 and LTC2271, offering the lowest input-referred noise and tight integral nonlinearity error (INL) for very high precision DC measurements. With only 46µVRMS input noise and maximum guaranteed INL error of ±2.3LSB, these ADCs are suitable for very low noise, high linearity sampling applications such as digital x-ray, infrared and medical imaging, pachymeters, spectrometry and cytometry.


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RFEL stretches the dynamic range of ADCs to provide 'Best in Class' product performance

RFEL, which specialize in high performance electronic signal processing solutions, has produced a solution to overcome the common performance bottleneck of the dynamic range of high speed ADCs that can prevent innovative projects in wireless communications and instrumentation from getting off the ground.


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Linear introduces low noise fully differential 1.6GHz buffer

Linear Technology announces the LTC6417, a fully differential buffer amplifier with only 1.5nV/√Hz output-referred noise. The LTC6417 is capable of driving a differential 50 Ohm load and is optimized for driving 14- and 16-bit pipeline ADCs. It can be DC- or AC-coupled at its inputs, and achieves excellent distortion performance for signals up to and beyond 600 MHz. At 140 MHz, OIP3 is 46 dBm, and HD3 is -69 dBc with 2.4 VP-P output swing into a 50Ohm load.


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