Analog Devices, Inc., which recently acquired Linear Technology Corporation, announces the LTC5553, a double balanced mixer providing best-in-class matched bandwidth capability from 3 to 20 GHz. The mixer can be used either as an up- or downconverter. In addition, the LTC5553 delivers outstanding linearity of 23.9 dBm IIP3 at 14 GHz, and 21.5 dBm at 17 GHz. The device integrates an LO buffer requiring only 0 dBm input drive, effectively eliminating an external high power LO amplifier circuit.
Analog Devices, Inc., which recently acquired Linear Technology Corporation, announces the LTC6432-15, a wideband fully differential amplifier with 15 dB gain, offering linearity of up to +50.3 dBm OIP3 (output third-order intercept), very high OP1 dB (output 1 dB compression point) of +22.7 dBm and 3.2 dB noise figure at 150 MHz.
Linear Technology introduces the LTC5566, a wideband, high dynamic range dual channel mixer with integrated programmable variable gain IF amplifiers. This dual mixer has a very wide, 300 MHz to 6 GHz input frequency range, specifically optimized and with extensive characterization at the emerging 3.6 and 4.5 GHz 5G bands, as well as the established 4G bands. The device supports bandwidths up to 400 MHz.
Linear Technology’s SmartMesh IP™ wireless sensor network (WSN) product line has expanded to address the growing needs of industrial Internet of Things (IoT) applications. New capabilities include the SmartMesh® VManager™ networking software, which seamlessly increases the mesh network capacity to thousands of nodes.
This wireless BMS concept car, developed by Linear’s design partner LION Smart, combines Linear’s highly accurate battery stack monitors with its SmartMesh® wireless mesh networking products in a BMW i3, replacing the traditional wired connections between the battery packs and the battery management system.
Linear Technology introduces the LTM8049, a dual output, two-function DC/DC µModule® (power module) regulator in 15 mm x 9 mm x 2.42 mm BGA package. One function is SEPIC (single-ended primary-inductor converter) in which the output voltage is regulated while the input voltage can vary to be less, equal or more than the value of the output voltage.
Linear Technology announces the LTC6433-15, a wideband 15 dB gain block amplifier offering outstanding linearity of 47 dBm OIP3 (output third order intercept) and 3.22 dB noise figure at 150 MHz. The amplifier has excellent OP1dB (output 1dB compression point) of 19.2 dBm. The LTC6433-15 is uniquely different from other gain block amplifiers that are typically built using GaAs or pHEMT processes. These FET technologies have high 1/f noise corners on the order of 20 to 30 MHz.
Linear Technology introduces over 53 µModule® (micromodule) power products with SnPb BGA packages, targeting applications where the use of tin-lead soldering is preferred. µModule power products with SnPb BGA packages are offered in four DC/DC converter categories: (1) step-down or buck converters with single and multiple outputs, (2) buck-boost converters, (3) isolated converters, and (4) converters with PMBus digital telemetry with READ and WRITE data capability.
Linear Technology Corp. introduces the LTC7813, a dual output (boost + buck), low quiescent current synchronous DC/DC controller. When cascaded, its independent step-up (boost) and step-down (buck) controllers regulate the output voltage from an input voltage that can be above, below, or equal to the output voltage, including during an automotive load dump or cold crank.