Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) unveiled the RadioVerse™ technology and design ecosystem, which provides customers with integrated transceiver technologies, a robust design environment, and market-specific technical expertise to move their radio designs from concept to creation quickly.
Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) introduced a high power (44 W peak) single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) silicon switch that enables designers to reduce hardware size and bias power consumption in cellular radio systems.
Analog Devices Inc. introduced a phased-locked loop (PLL) synthesizer with integrated voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) that allows mobile network operators to improve cellular base station performance and the quality of wireless service. The new ADF4355 PLL with VCO synthesizer operates up to 6.8 GHz, a frequency band that allows significant margin to industry's current carrier frequencies.
Analog Devices Inc. announced it is the primary sponsor and founding member of "Solve," a multi-faceted program organized by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that convenes thought leaders, researchers, students, and change agents to identify and implement technology-centered solutions to the most difficult challenges of our times.
Analog Devices Inc. introduced a high-performance clock jitter attenuator designed to support the JESD204B serial interface standard for connecting high-speed data converters and field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) operating in base station designs.
Analog Devices Inc. introduced a medium-power, distributed driver amplifier which operates between 24 and 35 GHz. The HMC1131 amplifier provides 22-dB of gain, +35-dBm output IP3, and +24 dBm of output power at 1-dB gain compression.