Content posted in June 2005
Single-chip, triple differential receiver reduces board space by more than half
Articles 6/28/2005 Post a comment
Analog Devices Inc.' AD8143 is a compact, single-chip solution that receives differential signals over a twisted pair cable. The triple differential receiver is primarily designed to receive RGB (red, green, blue) signals with resolutions up to 1600 X 1200; however, it can able be used to receive any other type of differential analog signal or high-speed data transmission.
Blocks for buck/boost chips
Articles 6/17/2005 Post a comment
LTRIM, specializing in high-performance power management and other analog intellectual property solutions introduces two new DC-DC converter IP blocks for buck, or buck/boost chip designs.
Sensor amplifier integrates on-chip EMI filtering
Articles 6/16/2005 Post a comment
Analog Devices Inc.'s latest sensor amplifier for automotive and industrial applications features internal electromagnetic interference (EMI) filtering, a very wide temperature range, low offset voltage and drift, and open and shorted wire protection.
Articles 6/13/2005 Post a comment
A fabless semiconductor company developing audio/video compression systems-on-chip and solutions for the consumer, PC/Mac and surveillance markets
Wolfson's stereo audio CODEC offers independent sampling on ADC & DAC
Articles 6/6/2005 Post a comment
Wolfson Microelectronics has launched a stereo audio CODEC with the ability to operate the ADC and DAC at different sample rates simultaneously, making it ideal for use in DVD-RW , LCD TV, and similar consumer electronics applications, where the end user requires to simultaneously play and record DVD or television content.
These days, I often code design equations for filter circuits directly into sequences of Excel cells
The introduction of the solar boat is necessary to preserve our planet, which is mainly covered by water; the autonomous drive option is a pleasant alternative
Leading up to APEC have been a slew of new introductions by various suppliers. I wanted to highlight some of that here on Planet Analog for your information
Could a 16-bit SAR converter application reach a dynamic range of 125 dB at 600 kSPS?
My ‘gut feel’ as an Electronics Engineer tells me that the need for more adequate and intensive pilot training is a strong possibility