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New 44 GHz SPDT Switches

The ADRF5024 and ADRF5025 are 44 GHz SPDT switches in advanced SOI technology. They are broadband, with the ADRF5024 yielding flat frequency response from 100 MHz to 44 GHz, while the ADRF5025 from 9 kHz to 44 GHz, with repeatable characteristics better than 1.7 dB insertion loss and 35 dB channel to channel isolation. Both […]

Clock Generation & Distribution Family

The LTC6952, LTC6953, LTC6955, and LTC6955-1 family of low jitter, high performance clock generation and distribution devices supports JESD204B subclass 1 clocking applications up to 7.5 GHz. These products are ideal for high-speed data converter clocking applications, with a scalable architecture to provide thousands of synchronized low jitter clocks, each with a complementary SYSREF signal. […]

New 44 GHz SPDT Switches

The ADRF5024 and ADRF5025 are 44 GHz SPDT switches in advanced SOI technology. They are broadband, with the ADRF5024 yielding flat frequency response from 100 MHz to 44 GHz, while the ADRF5025 from 9 kHz to 44 GHz, with repeatable characteristics better than 1.7 dB insertion loss and 35 dB channel to channel isolation. Both […]

New 44 GHz Silicon Switches

The ADRF5024 and ADRF5025 are 44 GHz SPDT switches in advanced Silicon-on-Insulator (SoI) technology. Both are broadband, with the ADRF5024 yielding flat frequency response from 100 MHz to 44 GHz, while the ADRF5025 from 9 kHz to 44 GHz, with repeatable characteristics better than 1.7 dB insertion loss and 35 dB channel to channel isolation. […]

RF Converters Enable Efficient Multiband Radios for Next-Generation Wireless Base Stations

by John Oates, Analog Devices, Inc. To support rising wireless data demand, modern base station radios are being designed to support multiple E-UTRA bands, as well as carrier aggregation techniques. These multiband radios employ next-generation, GSPS RF ADCs and DACs that allow frequency agile, direct RF signal synthesis, and sampling techniques. To deal with the […]

Power Supply Management of GaN MMIC Power Amplifiers for Pulsed Radar

by David Bennett and Richard DiAngelo, Analog Devices, Inc. Systems that incorporate highly integrated and highly sophisticated, high power radio frequency (RF) GaN power amplifiers (PAs), such as pulsed radar applications, are a constant challenge for today’s digital control and management systems to keep up with these ever-increasing levels of sophistication. To compete in this […]

Step-Down Regulator

The LTM8065 is a uModule (power module) step-down regulator with up to 40V input voltage (42V max.), which can safely operate from unregulated or fluctuating 12 to 36V input supplies in noisy environments such as industrial robotics, test and measurement, medical, factory automation, and avionics systems. ANALOG DEVICES, INC. (7)

Hybrid Step-Down DC/DC Controller

The Power by Linear™ LTC7821 is an industry-first hybrid step-down synchronous controller that merges a switched capacitor circuit with a synchronous step-down controller, enabling up to a 50% reduction in DC/DC converter solution size compared to traditional step-down solutions. ANALOG DEVICES, INC (7)

Low Power Active Mixer

The LTC5562 is a low power, high performance active double-balanced mixer, capable of 50 ohm matching over a very wide frequency range of 30 MHz to 7 GHz. This versatile mixer can be used in either frequency upconversion or downconversion applications, with outstanding conversion gain of 2 dB. ANALOG DEVICES, INC. (22)