Analog Angle Article

RECENTLY INTRODUCED ANALOG (and related) PRODUCTS, September 1, 2009 edition

Among other unique attributes, the analog industry is characterized by a large number of new product releases. The leading vendors each release hundreds of new products per year, and even the smaller vendors release a large number of products.

Although we can't do full write-ups on each product, we don't want to ignore them either: you never know which product will ease your problem and simplify your design challenge. Therefore, we are providing this frequently updated summary listing along with links to the vendor's release or announcement, to supplement those products which have write-ups. (Note that in most cases, press releases for analog products contain solid information and technical specifications, not just accolades and hype, and we won't list products that lack sufficient detail in their announcement.)

Recently introduced ICs :

  • Fairchild Semiconductor Corp , “Programmable LED Blinker Device Addresses the Design Challenge of Driving a Single-LED”, FAN5646 (September 1, 2009)
  • Linear Technology Corp. , “3A, 4MHz, Synchronous Step-Down Regulator in 3mm x 4mm QFN”, LTC3612 (September 1, 2009)
  • Intersil Corp. , “Smallest Audio Amplifiers Featuring Lowest Power Consumption, Highest RF Immunity”, ISL99201, ISL99202 (August 31, 2009)
  • Maxim Integrated Products , “Stereo Subsystem Provides Richest Audio Quality and Highest Output Power from a Lithium-Ion Battery”, MAX9879 (August 31, 2009)
  • Maxim Integrated Products , “RS-232 Transceiver Integrates +/-70V Fault Protection, Eliminating the Need for External Protection Circuitry”, MAX13223E (August 27, 2009)
  • Fairchild Semiconductor Corp , “New Generation of Super-Junction MOSFETs-SupreMOS”, FCP22N60N and others (August 25, 2009)

Other recently introduced products :

  • California Micro Devices , “LuxGuard ESD Protection Solution for High Brightness LEDs”, CM1771 (August 31, 2009)

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