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.
Analog Devices, Inc. announced an integrated direct conversion receiver development platform for radar systems where reduced size, weight and power (SWaP) implementation is critical. The new AD-FMCOMMS6-EBZ platform is a 400 MHz to 4.4 GHz receiver (1350 to 1650 MHz with installed filters) supporting the key L- and S-band frequency radar bands.
Analog Devices Inc. introduced the AD9528 JESD204B clock and SYSREF generator defined to support the clock requirements for long-term evolution (LTE) and multicarrier GSM base station designs, defense electronics systems, RF test instrumentation, and other emerging wideband RF GSPS data acquisition signal chains.
Analog Devices, Inc. introduced a suite of comprehensive development kits enabling manufacturers of industrial equipment to easily add remote sensing and monitoring capabilities to their Internet of Things and Big Data products via a scalable wireless network.
Analog Devices Inc. introduced two Ka-Band devices for use in single-carrier satellite communications. The HMC7053 block upconverter and HMC7054 high-power amplifier (HPA) operate in the 29 to 31 Ghz frequency output range, feature -60 dBc spurious-free dynamic range performance and cover both commercial and military bands while meeting military environmental conditions.
Analog Devices, Inc. announced it will demonstrate integrated solutions for the entire RF spectrum from DC to 110 GHz at the AOC 2014 International Symposium and Convention Booth #1109, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, DC, October 7-9.