MEMS sensors are an integral component for any Condition-based monitoring (CbM) system, careful selection of the sensor is critical to meet the application needs.
In part 1 of this technical article, Chris Murphy, Staff applications engineer at Analog Devices discusses Accelerometers, Inclination and Tilt Sensing, the effects of High Temperature and Dynamic Environments and Stabilization applications.
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In today's multichannel, wideband multioctave tuning RF receivers, it is often necessary to eliminate unwanted blockers to preserve the fidelity of signals of interest. Filters play an essential role in reducing these unwanted
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The ADuM642xA family from Analog Devices are quad-channel digital isolators with an isoPower, integrated, isolated dc-to-dc converter.
Analog Devices have introduced the LT3950 multi-topology LED Driver designed specifically to drive high current LEDs.
Analog Devices have introduced the ADRF5740 4-bit digital attenuator manufactured using a silicon process that is designed to operate across an ultrawideband frequency range of 10 MHz to 60 GHz with low insertion loss.
Analog Devices have released the ADL9005 wideband, Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) which features a single positive supply and can operate up to 26.5GHz.