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Mouser Electronics shares a few of its favourite Analog Devices components

05-05-2021
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Mouser Electronics, a semiconductor and electronic components distributor focused on new product introductions from its manufacturer partners, has highlighted some of the most popular products available from partner Analog Devices.
 
With more than 23,000 Analog Devices products, including 4,000 development tools, Mouser offers an ever-broadening selection of the newest high-performance analog, mixed-signal, and digital signal processing integrated circuits from Analog Devices.
 
Here is a selection:
 
AD4695 and AD4696 are 16-channel,16-bit successive approximation register (SAR) analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) with Easy Drive features that relax the drive requirements of the analog front end (AFE) and reference circuitry. The compact, high-accuracy, low-power devices are optimal for use in space-constrained, multichannel, precision data acquisition systems and monitoring circuits.
 
The AD9081 Mixed-Signal Front-End (MxFE®) incorporates a 16-bit, 12-GSPS radio frequency (RF) digital-to-analog converter (DAC) core and a 12-bit, 4-GSPS ADC core. The device also includes a 16-lane, 24.75 Gbps JESD204C or 15.5 Gbps JESD204B data transceiver port, an on-chip clock multiplier, and digital signal processing capability targeted at single- and dual-band direct-to-RF radio applications.
 
HMC8362 and HMC8364 low-noise, quad-band voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs) are designed to offer wideband capabilities without compromising phase noise performance. The HMC8362 and HMC8364 VCOs integrate four independent, narrowband VCOs with overlapping frequency bands, operating at a fundamental frequency range of 11.90 GHz to 18.30 GHz (HMC8362) or 18.10 GHz to 26.60 GHz (HMC8364).
 
The ADAQ23875 µModule data acquisition solution integrates multiple common signal-processing and conditioning blocks into a single device, reducing end system component count and development cycles of precision measurement systems.
 
In addition to stocking the latest solutions, Mouser also regularly collaborates with Analog Devices to produce engaging, informative e-books on cutting-edge technologies that engineers want to know more about. Most recently Mouser and Analog Devices gave engineers a deep dive into key energy storage technologies and their applications as well as and valuable insight into the importance of precision measurement Internet of Things devices.
 
To learn more, visit https://www.mouser.com/manufacturer/analog-devices/.
 
 
 

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