After completing the acquisition of Linear Technology, Analog Devices announced the leadership team for the combined company. Greg Henderson, VP of ADI’s RF and microwave business, was promoted to senior VP responsible for the automotive, communications and aerospace and defense businesses of the combined company.
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.
Analog Devices (ADI) has acquired OneTree Microdevices, Inc., a fabless startup developing GaAs and GaN amplifiers for cable (CATV) and fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) infrastructure. The addition complements ADI's existing portfolio and enables ADI to supply the complete signal chain for cable infrastructure.
Analog Devices, Inc., which recently acquired Linear Technology Corporation, announced the LTC6419, a dual 10GHz gain bandwidth product differential amplifier with very low input voltage noise density of 1.1nV/√Hz, delivering outstanding SNR performance for wideband signal amplification.
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) is the first to offer automotive RADAR technology based on an advanced 28 nm CMOS process and the new Drive360 RADAR platform brings unparalleled RF performance to advanced safety and autonomous driving applications.
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) announced the Drive360™ 28 nm CMOS RADAR technology platform that builds on its established ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), MEMS, and RADAR technology portfolio widely used throughout the automotive industry for the past 20 years. Analog Devices is the first to offer automotive RADAR technology based on an advanced 28 nm CMOS process.
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) announced that the company has been honored with the 2017 IEEE Corporate Innovation Award “for sustained innovation and leadership in the development of high-performance data converter technology and products.” This award was established in 1985 to recognize outstanding innovation by organizations across the world, and recipients are honored for their resolve to discover, extend, or complement technological advancements in education, industry, research and service in IEEE fields of interest.
Analog Devices (ADI) announced the acquisition of the solid-state laser beam steering technology from Vescent Photonics Inc.. Vescent's innovative non-mechanical beam steering technology enables more robust integrated LIDAR systems that overcome many of the major drawbacks associated with today's bulky mechanical offerings, such as reliability, size and cost.
ADI’s new RF-MEMS switch technology is enabling faster, smaller, lower power, more reliable instrumentation equipment by resolving multiple performance limitations commonly attributed to relays, whose origins date to the earliest days of the electric telegraph.